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Cell Physiology

Cell physiology focuses on the functioning parts of cells in living organisms. An education in cell physiology leads to careers in biomedical and pharmaceutical research, medicine, healthcare and education. Learn more about cell physiology here.

Inside Cell Physiology

Cell physiology is a subdivision of biology that examines the mechanisms, chemical processes and internal structures of cells. Cell physiologists focus on the most complex processes happening in a cell to determine how they affect regular bodily functions. The work of a physiologist includes, but is not limited to, discovering new treatments for maladies and measuring human tolerance to extreme conditions.

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Courses in endocrinology, biochemistry and genetics are common in cell physiology curricula at colleges and universities. Biophysics, immunology and molecular physiology are also typical among cell physiology programs. Students interested in cell physiology can pursue bachelor's, master's and professional degrees in biochemistry. Graduate degrees specifically in cellular and molecular physiology are offered by universities with substantial research facilities. Review the articles shown below for more details about relevant degree programs.

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