Department of Physiology

The Department of Physiology originated from a well established discipline in the programme of preclinical studies in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. It presents the theoretical and practical aspects in general and special physiology to undergraduate students in the first and second level, over three semesters. Furthermore, members of the academic staff are involved in research activities and supervision of post-graduate students.
The facilities available in the department include two laboratories utilized in presenting practical courses to undergraduate students. Also there is a fairly equipped laboratory for specialized research work. The department also possesses animal pens for accommodation of large and small ruminants. A small unit also provides reasonable facilities for research work on small laboratory animals. Research in birds can also be conducted as we have a well equipped poultry house.
Teaching and technical staff of department
2 Professors
2 Associate professors
4 Assistant Professors
2 Teaching Assistants
3 Technicians
Academic activities 
The department presents theoretical and practical courses to first and second level undergraduate students. Also arrangements have been made to strengthen and widen the scope of academic programme by introducing an M.Sc. degree by course and complementary research. The ultimate goal of the efforts being made is to establish specialized units in the following fields: 
  • General physiology
  • Digestive and nutritional physiology
  • Environmental physiology
  • Reproduction and endocrinology
  • Avian physiology 
Research activities
The Department of Physiology is concerned by many field of research in the veterinary physiology which includes: Environmental Physiology, Reproductive Physiology, Haematology, Avian Physiology and Nutritional Physiology

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