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Dr. Faruqui is a Professor of Physiology at Palmer College of Chiropractic, Palmer University System, located in Davenport, Iowa, U. S. A.  He teaches the following courses: Cellular Physiology and Neurophysiology I in the First Year curriculum  and Renal Physiology in the Second Year curriculum of the Doctor of Chiropractic program.                                       

MY TEACHING AND LEARNING PHILOSOPHY

My philosophy of teaching is to help students achieve educational objectives, including but not limited to cognitive learning, and creating interest in the subject.  I am concerned about helping my students during their lifelong learning process; i.e., to develop their interest, and to provide a base of concepts that will facilitate further pursuit of knowledge and thinking.  I believe that education, if it is done right, involves an intense and lasting link between two human beings. That moment of connection can lead to what happens when we translate our desire into a love of the subject and eventual learning of that subject.  I try to facilitate this connection in my interactions with the students.

This web site is a small step in this direction.   Students of  Physiology will find useful information regarding not only the courses, but also health in general.  An electronic syllabus, lab schedule, assignments, some overheads, handouts, and journal links and many useful links are also available at the click of the mouse.

How do Golgi cisternae mature? New study shows an elegant process. Check out this link.  

Actin Moves Chromosomes During Cell Division: Read about the new mechanism discovered regarding chromosomal movement.

http://www.biomedcentral.com/news/20041004/04

 

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How to contact me:


E-mail me at: faruqui_s@palmer.edu
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Mailing address:

Department of Physiology
1000 Brady Street
Davenport, Iowa 52803
United States of America

     
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