These are two courses, one-semester-long each, presented to medical and graduate students in their first year. The courses are delivered in the form of recorded lectures with accompanying in class-sessions using the flipped classroom model, small Group Discussions, Labs, and examinations. Medical Physiology is organized in a systems-based fashion to teach the normal function of the body and how the systems work. For Physiology I: cell and muscle, cardiovascular, respiratory. For Physiology II: renal and acid-base balance, gastrointestinal, and endocrinology/reproduction. The course is taught in a clinical based format highlighting pathologies and abnormal function of the body.