General Human Anatomy

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  • $850 (EDP 887299) Proctored final exam



Kashif Ahmad, M.B.B.S., M.Sc., Ph.D., has taught a variety of graduate and undergraduate life sciences courses that include anatomy, physiology, pharmacology and general biology in both the classroom and online formats. He has more than 12 years of experience in teaching and basic science research, covering areas such as apoptosis (cell death) and redox regulation.

Textbook(s) for this course: Note: Only the textbook (0321688155) is required.
Human Anatomy pkg with Atlas, Mastering A&P, Practice Anantomy Lab
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  • Online course: Internet access required
  • Enroll anytime: You have 6 months to complete
  • $850 (EDP 887299) Proctored final exam



Kashif Ahmad, M.B.B.S., M.Sc., Ph.D., has taught a variety of graduate and undergraduate life sciences courses that include anatomy, physiology, pharmacology and general biology in both the classroom and online formats. He has more than 12 years of experience in teaching and basic science research, covering areas such as apoptosis (cell death) and redox regulation.

Textbook(s) for this course: Note: Only the textbook (0321688155) is required.
Human Anatomy pkg with Atlas, Mastering A&P, Practice Anantomy Lab
Author: Frederic H. Martini, Michael J. Timmons, Robert B. Tallitsch
Publisher: Benjamin Cummings
Edition: 7th
Publication Year: 2011
ISBN: 0321687949


Online, enroll anytime

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  • Online course: Internet access required
  • Enroll anytime: You have 6 months to complete
  • $850 (EDP 857524) Proctored final exam



James D. Smiley, B.A., D.C., has been teaching anatomy, physiology and biology throughout the Bay Area since 2000, bringing 15 years of clinical practice to the classroom; he recently crossed the landmark of having taught over 5,000 students. He developed and teaches the online human anatomy course and teaches the classroom-based lecture and laboratory course, as well as human physiology to first-year UC Berkeley students. His research interests have ranged from health economics in managed care to indices for predicting athletic performance. He cofounded and serves as the anatomic consultant for SuperSkin, a startup company creating a protective skin, through the use of carbon nanoparticles, aimed at reducing rotational forces acting on the head and neck in both high impact sports and military combat. He takes a regional approach to teaching human anatomy and, working through case studies and an aggressive, student-focused instructional technique, facilitates the development of critical thinking skills toward students becoming effective diagnosticians.

Textbook(s) for this course: Note: Only the textbook (0321688155) is required.
Human Anatomy pkg with Atlas, Mastering A&P, Practice Anantomy Lab
Author: Frederic H. Martini, Michael J. Timmons, Robert B. Tallitsch
Publisher: Benjamin Cummings
Edition: 7th
Publication Year: 2011
ISBN: 0321687949



X104 (3 semester units in Integrative Biology)

An elective in the Post-Baccalaureate Health Professions Program

Examine the correlations between the structures and functions of the body’s various systems in this intensive introductory course. Explore the functional anatomy of the human body through gross and microscopic examination. Topics include the cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, nervous and musculoskeletal systems, with an introduction to biomechanical principles. Investigate disease pathologies affecting normal body function. The course is especially useful as an introduction to human anatomy for students interested in the medical profession.

Prerequisite: One year of college-level general biology for majors

Future-Term Courses and Enrollments

Courses are offered three terms per year: spring, summer, fall. Information about upcoming courses is available when enrollment opens each term.

  • Spring term: Enrollment opens in early December. Classes begin in January.
  • Summer term: Enrollment opens in early April. Classes begin in late May.
  • Fall term: Enrollment opens in early July. Classes begin in August.

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Berkeley, Sat. Aug. 18, 9:30 am, 15 meetings
  • 15 meetings
  • Aug. 18 to Dec. 15: Sat., 9:30 am-12:30 pm (no meetings Sept. 1, Nov. 10, and Nov. 24)
  • Berkeley: 166 Barrows Hall, UC campus
  • $860 (EDP 408583)


James D. Smiley, B.A., D.C., has been teaching anatomy, physiology and biology throughout the Bay Area since 2000, bringing 15 years of clinical practice to the classroom; he recently crossed the landmark of having taught over 5,000 students. He developed and teaches the online human anatomy course and teaches the classroom-based lecture and laboratory course, as well as human physiology to first-year UC Berkeley students. His research interests have ranged from health economics in managed care to indices for predicting athletic performance. He cofounded and serves as the anatomic consultant for SuperSkin, a startup company creating a protective skin, through the use of carbon nanoparticles, aimed at reducing rotational forces acting on the head and neck in both high impact sports and military combat. He takes a regional approach to teaching human anatomy and, working through case studies and an aggressive, student-focused instructional technique, facilitates the development of critical thinking skills toward students becoming effective diagnosticians.

Belmont, Mon. Aug. 20, 6:30 pm, 15 meetings

Revised class schedule.

  • 15 meetings
  • Aug. 20 to Dec. 10: Mon., 6:30-9:30 pm (no meetings Sept. 3 and Nov. 12)
  • Belmont: Room 3, Belmont Center, 1301 Shoreway Rd., Ste 400 (revised)
  • $860 (EDP 418152)


James D. Smiley, B.A., D.C., has been teaching anatomy, physiology and biology throughout the Bay Area since 2000, bringing 15 years of clinical practice to the classroom; he recently crossed the landmark of having taught over 5,000 students. He developed and teaches the online human anatomy course and teaches the classroom-based lecture and laboratory course, as well as human physiology to first-year UC Berkeley students. His research interests have ranged from health economics in managed care to indices for predicting athletic performance. He cofounded and serves as the anatomic consultant for SuperSkin, a startup company creating a protective skin, through the use of carbon nanoparticles, aimed at reducing rotational forces acting on the head and neck in both high impact sports and military combat. He takes a regional approach to teaching human anatomy and, working through case studies and an aggressive, student-focused instructional technique, facilitates the development of critical thinking skills toward students becoming effective diagnosticians.

Berkeley, Tues. Sept. 4, 2:30 pm, 15 meetings

Revised class schedule.

  • 15 meetings
  • Sept. 4 to Dec. 18: Tues., 2:30-5:30 pm (no meeting Sept. 11) (revised)
  • Berkeley: Room 208, UC Berkeley Extension, 1995 University Ave.
  • $860 (EDP 408609)


James D. Smiley, B.A., D.C., has been teaching anatomy, physiology and biology throughout the Bay Area since 2000, bringing 15 years of clinical practice to the classroom; he recently crossed the landmark of having taught over 5,000 students. He developed and teaches the online human anatomy course and teaches the classroom-based lecture and laboratory course, as well as human physiology to first-year UC Berkeley students. His research interests have ranged from health economics in managed care to indices for predicting athletic performance. He cofounded and serves as the anatomic consultant for SuperSkin, a startup company creating a protective skin, through the use of carbon nanoparticles, aimed at reducing rotational forces acting on the head and neck in both high impact sports and military combat. He takes a regional approach to teaching human anatomy and, working through case studies and an aggressive, student-focused instructional technique, facilitates the development of critical thinking skills toward students becoming effective diagnosticians.

Berkeley, Tues. Sept. 4, 6:30 pm, 15 meetings
  • 15 meetings
  • Sept. 4 to Dec. 11: Tues., 6:30-9:30 pm
  • Berkeley: 166 Barrows Hall, UC campus
  • $860 (EDP 408591)


Kathleen Azevedo, R.N., MSN, has taught anatomy and physiology to students primarily interested in pursuing health careers. As a nurse for 30 years, she appreciates the importance of a solid introduction to human anatomy. Azevedo incorporates her experience as a clinical and school nurse in her teaching.

Berkeley, Sat. Jan. 12, 9:30 am, 15 meetings

NOTE: This class is closed. For information about related courses, contact your academic department.

  • $860 (EDP 406710)


James D. Smiley, B.A., D.C., has been teaching anatomy, physiology and biology throughout the Bay Area since 2000, bringing 15 years of clinical practice to the classroom; he recently crossed the landmark of having taught over 5,000 students. He developed and teaches the online human anatomy course and teaches the classroom-based lecture and laboratory course, as well as human physiology to first-year UC Berkeley students. His research interests have ranged from health economics in managed care to indices for predicting athletic performance. He cofounded and serves as the anatomic consultant for SuperSkin, a startup company creating a protective skin, through the use of carbon nanoparticles, aimed at reducing rotational forces acting on the head and neck in both high impact sports and military combat. He takes a regional approach to teaching human anatomy and, working through case studies and an aggressive, student-focused instructional technique, facilitates the development of critical thinking skills toward students becoming effective diagnosticians.

Berkeley, Tues. Jan. 15, 2 pm, 15 meetings
  • 15 meetings
  • Jan. 15 to April 23: Tues., 2-5 pm
  • Berkeley: Room 208, UC Berkeley Extension, 1995 University Ave.
  • $860 (EDP 406728)


James D. Smiley, B.A., D.C., has been teaching anatomy, physiology and biology throughout the Bay Area since 2000, bringing 15 years of clinical practice to the classroom; he recently crossed the landmark of having taught over 5,000 students. He developed and teaches the online human anatomy course and teaches the classroom-based lecture and laboratory course, as well as human physiology to first-year UC Berkeley students. His research interests have ranged from health economics in managed care to indices for predicting athletic performance. He cofounded and serves as the anatomic consultant for SuperSkin, a startup company creating a protective skin, through the use of carbon nanoparticles, aimed at reducing rotational forces acting on the head and neck in both high impact sports and military combat. He takes a regional approach to teaching human anatomy and, working through case studies and an aggressive, student-focused instructional technique, facilitates the development of critical thinking skills toward students becoming effective diagnosticians.

Berkeley, Tues. Jan. 15, 6:30 pm, 15 meetings

NOTE: Enrollment in this class is restricted.


Kathleen Azevedo, R.N., MSN, has taught anatomy and physiology to students primarily interested in pursuing health careers. As a nurse for 30 years, she appreciates the importance of a solid introduction to human anatomy. Azevedo incorporates her experience as a clinical and school nurse in her teaching. Berkeley, Tues. Jan. 15, 2 pm, 15 meetings

NOTE: This class is closed. For information about related courses, contact your academic department.

  • No fee (EDP 416537)


Mike Rizzi, M.S., has been developing Internet, enterprise, and shrinkwrap software for more than 18 years. His experience includes Visual C++, C#, .NET, COM, ATL, MFC, Win32, HTML, XML, SOAP, MSMQ, MTS, STL and object-oriented analysis and design.

Berkeley, Tues. Jan. 15, 6:30 pm, 15 meetings
  • 15 meetings
  • Jan. 15 to April 30: Tues., 6:30-9:30 pm (no meeting March 26)
  • Berkeley: 166 Barrows Hall, UC campus
  • $860 (EDP 406736)


Kathleen Azevedo, R.N., MSN, has taught anatomy and physiology to students primarily interested in pursuing health careers. As a nurse for 30 years, she appreciates the importance of a solid introduction to human anatomy. Azevedo incorporates her experience as a clinical and school nurse in her teaching.

Belmont, Thurs. Jan. 17, 6:30 pm, 15 meetings
  • 15 meetings
  • Jan. 17 to April 25: Thurs., 6:30-9:30 pm
  • Belmont: Room 8, Belmont Center, 1301 Shoreway Rd., Ste 400
  • $860 (EDP 416214)


James D. Smiley, B.A., D.C., has been teaching anatomy, physiology and biology throughout the Bay Area since 2000, bringing 15 years of clinical practice to the classroom; he recently crossed the landmark of having taught over 5,000 students. He developed and teaches the online human anatomy course and teaches the classroom-based lecture and laboratory course, as well as human physiology to first-year UC Berkeley students. His research interests have ranged from health economics in managed care to indices for predicting athletic performance. He cofounded and serves as the anatomic consultant for SuperSkin, a startup company creating a protective skin, through the use of carbon nanoparticles, aimed at reducing rotational forces acting on the head and neck in both high impact sports and military combat. He takes a regional approach to teaching human anatomy and, working through case studies and an aggressive, student-focused instructional technique, facilitates the development of critical thinking skills toward students becoming effective diagnosticians.

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