• 3 Lessons


    This course covers exactly what a medical student needs to know for the biochemistry portion of their board exams. Biochemistry is a large subject that can be difficult for students, but with these notes, students will find complete explanations for all of the topics they need to know, at the level of depth students need to know. Descriptive, clarifying images are included throughout to further help students understand important points. These review notes are a useful reference and guide for students studying for the boards and for those who are reviewing material while completing clerkship rotations.
  • 3 Lessons

    Epi/Biostats and Public Health

    Review key concepts of public health including data analysis, hypothesis testing, ethics, epidemiology, and disease prevention.
  • 19 Lessons

    General Pathology

    This course reviews three key principles of molecular mechanisms in injury to cells and tissues, including homeostasis & adaptation, cell inflammation & repair, and neoplasia.
  • 12 Lessons

    Gross & Developmental Anatomy

    Review the clinical application of gross and developmental anatomy and understand the foundational roles of these sciences in multiple disciplines of clinical practice within the health sciences.

  • 14 Lessons


    Review the theory of the immune response, including lymphocyte trafficking, acute inflammation, and antigen presentation, as well as clinical applications of immunology, including primary immunodeficiencies, hypersensitivity disease, and transplantation. 

  • 5 Lessons

    Medical Genetics

    Review key concepts of molecular genetics including single gene disorders, atypical inheritance, cytogenetics, population genetics, and genetic linkage.

  • 6 Lessons


    Review the mechanisms of microbial pathogenesis, genetics, and drug resistance, as well as medically important bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites.
  • 12 Lessons


    Review the functional applications of neuroanatomy as needed by the physician and understand the relevance of the nervous system to clinical practice.


  • 7 Lessons


    Review key concepts of pharmacology including the uses, effects, and modes of action of drugs.
  • 3 Lessons


    Review key concepts of psychiatry including the  treatment of mental illness, emotional disturbance, and abnormal behavior.