A continuation of BMS 5042 Physiology I, this course provides a systems-based curriculum that provides the student an opportunity to build a cognitive framework and knowledge base necessary to understand and apply normal human physiology to medical physiology and pathophysiology. Systems covered in the first semester include cellular physiology, homeostatic mechanisms, basic neurophysiology, the cardiovascular system, the respiratory system, and the renal system. Systems covered in the second semester include gastrointestinal, endocrine, and reproductive; neurophysiology, introduction to biomedical ethics, and multisystem physiology and pathophysiology processes are also covered. Basic clinical skills, clinical reasoning, physical exam skills are also integrated throughout. This curriculum combines lecture with clinical correlations, case studies, independent study, projects, and simulation activities. Prerequisite: none.