Sample Integrated Sciences Themes

Students integrate two to three disciplines to investigate certain topics/issues in science. Here is a list of some of the recent topics:


Immunometabolism of Immune Defense
Biomedical Technology
Genetic effects on physiological development and interactions across all levels of human anatomy
Personalizing Treatments for Human Diseases in a Genetics and Nutrition Context
Biological systems and the effects of pharmaceuticals on bodily systems, applied to clinical research
How does disease and injury affect movement
Understanding pathogenesis of diseases and their effects on human physiology
The role of MHC in immunity and evolution
The science of drug action on biological systems, specifically the brain
How gene regulation and genomics can be used to study the change of neurobiological function over time
Neurophysiology and Genetics
Analyzing the function of the human body through Organic Chemistry
Bioanalytical Chemistry
Medication For Pancreatic Cancer
Neuroscience from a Biopsychosocial Perspective
Quantum Biology
Brain, Behaviour and Physiology: An understanding of human behaviour and mental illness
Physiological and Psychological Bases of Disease
Oncolytic Viral Immunotherapy
Integration of Cellular and Physiological Sciences & Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Exploring microbial and viral processes in conjunction with physiology to understand their impact on autoimmune diseases.
Microbial disease control and prevention
How Pollution Affects Human Diseases
Genetics and Infectious Diseases
Exploring the physiological and anatomical processes of the human body to see how external factors such as drugs and pathogens affect its function
How nutritional requirements in individuals with unique lifestyles change over the lifespan and how catering to these requirements can optimize physiological functioning.
Human and Environmental Health
Exploring the pathogenicity of microbes and its macroscopic and microscopic effect on physiological processes
Understanding the mechanisms in regards to human function and behaviour
Preventing the Development of Diseases and Disorders
Intrinsic and extrinsic systems of the human body
Physiology and the Environment
Diabetes- Genetics, Immunology and Physiology
Neuroscience Biochemistry
The Role of Physiological Disorders on Behavioural Patterns and Mental Health
How can genetic factors affect the development of an organism’s neurophysiology and what affects does this have on the overall neurophysiological function throughout the organism’s life?
Animal Behaviour
A study of human health from a sub-cellular to societal level
How animal physiology is influenced by genetics and external factors
Medical Physics and Physiology
Genetic Approach to Neuroscience
The effect of neurobiology on physiological development
Study of diseases on a cellular and pathological level
To what extent can we implement cognitive systems to improve diagnosis of genetic diseases and other aspects of medicine?
The extent to which both physical health and mental health play a role in maintaining healthy behaviour
Exploring the Microbial and Physiological Aspects of Infections in the Oral Cavity
To gain a comprehensive understanding of human health and diseases by integrating psychology and physiology
Cancer Biology
Neurophysiology and Microbiology
The Connections Between Microbiology and Human Functions
Public Health and Epidemiology
Genetic Disorders and Their Physiological Expression
Drug therapy as an intervention for immunological deficiency
How functioning of the mind affects aspects of the human body
Interactions between mind and body
Exploring how therapeutics can interact with and affect molecular and physiological processes of the body.
Neuroscience with an Application to Education
Human Physiology and Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Like is Cured by Like: Employment of Oncolytic Viruses in Therapy of Virus-Induced Cancers.
Exploring the physiological processes and molecular circuits of the brain to identify pharmacological interventions for neural pathologies
The Human Body Under Health and Duress
Physiology and Influences On The Body
Health Geography
Computational Neuroscience
Neurobiological physiology and Immunological Pathogenesis and Treatment
Infectious Diseases
Exploring the Microbial and Physiological Aspects of Autism Spectrum Disorder
Exploring the genetic influence of human physiology and development
Applying mobility and microbiology to geriatric medicine.
Reimagining Human Experience and Learning.
The study of neurobiology to promote human health
Mental Health: The Relationship between Biochemical Processes and Human Psychopathology
Immunology and bacterial diseases in human health
Auto-Immunity: An Exploration of Immunology and Physiology
Genetics, Physiology, and Psychology in Cancer
Chronic disease prevention
Exploring the structural, molecular, and chemical changes that occur in the brain following a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and investigating the effects of these changes on the movement of the human body and athletic performance.
A multi-perspective study of disease - how viruses attack the body and a population as a whole
Climate Change
Human Health with Focus on the Heart and Muscles
Exploring behavioural factors and neurobiology functions, and how they affect the physiological pathways within our body.
Exploring the physiological and psychological processes of the brain to see how external influences such as drugs affect its function
Medical Sciences
Evidence-based medicine
Neuropsychological involvement of different pharmacological treatments in cancer patients
Immunology and Behavioural Neuroscience
A study of the complexity that lies within the human visual system and its elaborate interaction with microbes
Microbial Evasion of Immune Defences and Antibiotics based on Evolution
Sports Physiology and the usage of drugs in dealing with injuries
Relationship between the Environment and Human Psychology
The effects of variables on mammalian physiological processes and motor function
Environmental Microbiology
Computational Biology and Public Health
The links between climate change, and oceanographic organic chemistry, and biology
Physiological, Cellular, and Pharmacological Sciences
Determining Environmental Influences on Human Microbiomes
Immunogenetics and the physiological consequences of diseases caused by genetic and cellular changes within the body
Exploring the role of genes on the development of the nervous system and how genetic mutations can result in neurological disorders.
Physiology, Neuroscience and Immunology
Analyzing Disease: from the Microscopic to the Macroscopic
Environmental Geoscience
Nutritional Biochemistry and Physiology
Human Nutrition and the Immune System
Plant Biology and Molecular Genetics
Examining how pathogens such as viruses and bacteria impact brain health, the nervous system and the rest of the human body
The Brain and External Conditions
Biochemistry and brain function
Behavioural Neuroscience, Genetics and Human Physiology
Pharmacological Treatment of Chemical and Mechanistic Abnormalities Resulting from Physiological Disease-States
Physiology of the human body and brain
Exploring the contribution of statistical analysis to biochemical processes of human physiology
How drugs can effect physiological processes and cause abnormal development in children
The study of how neurophysiology translates into observable behaviours
Society and Public Health
Exploring the link between physiology and neuroscience
Physiology and drugs on pathogens
Medical Genetics and Physiology
Nutrition and Behavioural Neuroscience
Exploring and connecting the two most common maladies of humans with two approaches - pathogenic effects on the macro-human body and external psychological effects on the human brain
The study of viral infections and how they infect an individual versus a population.
How can genetics and physiology be used to improve access and quality of health care?
Microbiomics and the Immune System
How Nutrition Effects Human Diseases
Biochemical Endocrinology
The Psychology and Physiology of Language