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Dr. Paul Sunga teaches human disease process (pathophysiology) and global health at Langara College in Vancouver. His career focus on disease, international and global health, as well as a background in medical and international health research, inform the content of his courses. Dr. Sunga's approach is to engage students with dynamic course material that is linked to developments in scientific medicine and public health. Students are encouraged throughout to take an inquisitive attitude.

BIOL 2192, 2292, 3192 (Pathophysiology I, II and III):  These three courses  extensively explore human disease, including cause, course, manifestations, epidemiology, and basis for therapeutics including infectious diseases and basic cellular dysfunction through to neurology and obstetrics.  These courses are taught as part of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program and are designed for clinical training. Prerequisites are Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II.

HSCI 1160  (Global Perspectives on Health): Designed for students in the Health Sciences program. The course is an introduction and survey of global issues in health in the context of international development.