Vernier Software and Technology
Vernier Software & Technology

Physiology
Human Physiology and Exercise Science

Teach with Vernier—your committed lab partner for teaching physiology with technology. Our complete solution of sensors, experiments, and resources is dedicated to your teaching success and your students’ learning.
Preview of the Operation: Human Physiology poster

The Map to Human Physiology with Vernier

Learning how the human body works is crucial for biology students and aspiring health professionals alike. Check out this human roadmap to see how Vernier technology can help your students better understand human physiology.

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LabQuest Sensors

Most LabQuest sensors require an interface from the LabQuest family to send data to computers, Chromebook, iOS, and Android devices.

Lab Equipment

Lab equipment and accessories make it easier to set up experiments, get better data, and enhance explorations.

Experiments

Make experiments the most engaging part of your science instruction with our teacher-tested lab books. Each book includes ready-to-use student instructions, teaching tips, sample data, and customizable word-processing files of the student pages.

Human Physiology Experiments

Human Physiology Experiments

  • Appropriate for university and high school students
  • Topics include heart rate and EKG, control of respiration, muscle action and EMG, reflexes, and aerobic metabolism.
  • For use with Go Direct sensors and Graphical Analysis 4 software
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Human Physiology with Vernier

Human Physiology with Vernier

  • Appropriate for university and high school students
  • Topics include heart rate and EKG, blood pressure, lung function and analysis, muscle action, reflex activity, and aerobic metabolism.
  • For use with LabQuest sensors on LabQuest 2 or computers running Logger Pro 3 software
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Advanced Biology with Vernier

Advanced Biology with Vernier

  • Appropriate for university and high school students
  • Topics include cellular respiration, photosynthesis, enzymes, biotechnology, environmental science, and human physiology.
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Investigating Biology through Inquiry

Investigating Biology through Inquiry

  • Appropriate for university and high school students
  • Topics include cellular respiration, photosynthesis, enzyme action, evolution, ecology, and human physiology.
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Software

Graphical Analysis 4

Graphical Analysis 4 is our free app for collecting, analyzing, and sharing sensor data. Available for Chrome, iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS.

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Logger Pro® 3

Logger Pro 3 is our award-winning, data-collection and analysis software for our sensors and spectrometers. Available for Windows and macOS computers.

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LabQuest App

Facilitate student understanding with real-time graphs of experimental data and intuitive analysis tools using LabQuest App—the app built into LabQuest 2.

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LabQuest Viewer

Display and control LabQuest on a computer to teach students how to use LabQuest, demonstrate experiments, or share class data.

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LabQuest Viewer for iPad

Display and control LabQuest on a iPad to teach students how to use LabQuest, demonstrate experiments, or share class data.

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Getting Started

With our physiology packages and recommended products, it is easier than ever to equip your lab.

We’re Biologists. We’re Educators. We Are Your Team.

John Melville, Ph.D.

John Melville, Ph.D.

Director of Biology

John has over a decade of experience teaching at the university level, and he designed inquiry-based laboratory exercises and integrated data-collection technology in his courses. John received his B.A. in Biology and his B.A. in Psychology from Sonoma State University. He received his Ph.D. in Zoology from Oregon State University, where his areas of research included animal behavior, extracellular recording techniques, neuronal tract tracing, immunohistochemistry, and confocal laser scanning microscopy.

Enjoying the network of rivers and wide variety of coastal areas that Oregon has to offer, John loves to kayak, stand-up paddle board, and surf. John is also a dedicated Portland Timbers soccer fan.

Contact John at biology@vernier.com

Sara Tallarovic, Ph.D.

Sara Tallarovic, Ph.D.

Biology Staff Scientist

Sarah has 15 years of teaching experience and was a Professor of Biology at the University of the Incarnate Word, a small liberal arts college in San Antonio, Texas. Sara earned her PhD from Oregon State University. As an advocate for science education, Sara was also involved in K–12 outreach activities throughout her career, including STEM summer programs for middle and high school students.

Sarah is an avid hockey fan, hiker, home brewer, gardener, musician, artist, and occasional actress.

Contact Sara at biology@vernier.com

Colleen McDaniel

Colleen McDaniel

Biology & Environmental Science Educational Technology Specialist

For six years, Colleen McDaniel taught biology and AP environmental science in Spring Branch ISD, located in Houston, TX. Colleen has a B.S. in Biology from Truman State University and a Master’s degree in Science Education from Montana State University. Her thesis concentrated on project-based learning in an AP classroom.

Colleen has been an AP grader, which she oddly does for fun. Colleen also enjoys activities like birding and hiking.

Contact Colleen at biology@vernier.com

Robyn Gastineau

Robyn Gastineau

Managing Director of Chemistry, Biology, and Environmental Science

Using Vernier equipment to teach high school science, Robyn taught chemistry and earth science for 11 years in Vancouver, Washington. She has a B.S. in Integrated Science Education from George Fox University and a M.S.T. in Chemistry Education from Portland State University. Robyn is an advocate for field studies and has used Vernier equipment in Antarctica, Africa, South America, and Arctic Svalbard.

Robyn serves on the Board of Directors of the Oregon Symphony and enjoys music of all kinds. She travels the world, but appreciates the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.

Contact Robyn at biology@vernier.com

John Melville, Ph.D.

John Melville, Ph.D.

Director of Biology

Sara Tallarovic, Ph.D.

Sara Tallarovic, Ph.D.

Biology Staff Scientist

John has over a decade of experience teaching at the university level, and he designed inquiry-based laboratory exercises and integrated data-collection technology in his courses. John received his B.A. in Biology and his B.A. in Psychology from Sonoma State University. He received his Ph.D. in Zoology from Oregon State University, where his areas of research included animal behavior, extracellular recording techniques, neuronal tract tracing, immunohistochemistry, and confocal laser scanning microscopy.

Enjoying the network of rivers and wide variety of coastal areas that Oregon has to offer, John loves to kayak, stand-up paddle board, and surf. John is also a dedicated Portland Timbers soccer fan.

Sarah has 15 years of teaching experience and was a Professor of Biology at the University of the Incarnate Word, a small liberal arts college in San Antonio, Texas. Sara earned her PhD from Oregon State University. As an advocate for science education, Sara was also involved in K–12 outreach activities throughout her career, including STEM summer programs for middle and high school students.

Sarah is an avid hockey fan, hiker, home brewer, gardener, musician, artist, and occasional actress.

Colleen McDaniel

Colleen McDaniel

Biology & Environmental Science Educational Technology Specialist

Robyn Gastineau

Robyn Gastineau

Managing Director of Chemistry, Biology, and Environmental Science

For six years, Colleen McDaniel taught biology and AP environmental science in Spring Branch ISD, located in Houston, TX. Colleen has a B.S. in Biology from Truman State University and a Master’s degree in Science Education from Montana State University. Her thesis concentrated on project-based learning in an AP classroom.

Colleen has been an AP grader, which she oddly does for fun. Colleen also enjoys activities like birding and hiking.

Using Vernier equipment to teach high school science, Robyn taught chemistry and earth science for 11 years in Vancouver, Washington. She has a B.S. in Integrated Science Education from George Fox University and a M.S.T. in Chemistry Education from Portland State University. Robyn is an advocate for field studies and has used Vernier equipment in Antarctica, Africa, South America, and Arctic Svalbard.

Robyn serves on the Board of Directors of the Oregon Symphony and enjoys music of all kinds. She travels the world, but appreciates the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.

Stellar Service
Makes a Measurable Difference

Stellar Service Makes a Measurable Difference

Stellar Service

Makes a Measurable Difference

Stellar Service Makes a Measurable Difference

Engaging students in the collection and analysis of scientific data takes innovative technology. It also takes stellar service from the partner you choose. At Vernier, our priority is to provide science educators with unparalleled customer service, technical support, and resources so that you are always supported when integrating our technology.

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