Comparative Medicine: Anatomy and Physiology

Erika Jensen-Jarolim
Springer Vienna, 19.12.2013 - 300 Seiten

This new volume provides a concise overview of the most basic and exciting chapters of comparative medicine with regards to physiology and function in healthy individuals. The book includes core concepts in anatomy and physiology in human and animal models, which are key to understanding comparative medicine and to making contributions to research in this area. While writing this book, the authors were in constant interdisciplinary dialogue. They aim to contribute to improvements in quality of life for human and animal patients.

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Prof. Erika Jensen-Jarolim is head of the Dept. of Pathophysiology of the Medical University Vienna. She holds an MD and is specialized in pathophysiology and immunology. Based on her active interest in comparative oncology she since 2008 is councilor of the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna. Her research is dedicated to comparative strategies in order to simultaneously speed up diagnostic and therapeutic developments for human and animal patients, especially in the allergy and oncology fields.

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