Oral Histology & Embryology 1
Course Director: Tracy Popowics
Quarters/Yr of Program: Winter / 1
Students learn about the development, microscopic and submicroscopic structure, and functional aspects of hard and soft oral tissues. They gain an understanding of the embryonic development of head and neck, morphodifferentiation of facial and oral structures, relationships between development and structure, and structure and function in the histology or ultrastructure of oral tissues. This knowledge is foundational to a deep understanding of human disease.
The student who successfully completes this course will be able to:
1. Describe the biological principles and details of the development, structure, and function of oral tissues.
2. Describe the normal structures of the oral tissues in preparation for courses in oral pathology and oral medicine.
3. Explain the basis for rational therapy through the application of basic science principles in the diagnosis and treatment of clinical problems.
UWSOD Competencies: C-01, C-03, CE-02
Date last updated: 2021-12-31