NSC 531 - Integrative and Systems Neuroscience
Spring Semester, 6 Cr.
Course Description: This course provides a critical overview of current knowledge of systems neuroscience. Topics include an functional connectivity, neurophysiology, behavioral measures of sensory and motor systems, limbic and hypothalamic systems, memory and attention.
ANA 525 - Mind, Brain, & Behavior
Fall Semester, 8 Cr.
Course Description: This nine-week course provides a multidisciplinary overview of the structures, functions, and dysfunctions of the human nervous system, integrating both basic and clinical sciences. Basic science portions of this course include the disciplines of neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuro- and psychopathology, and neuro- and psychopharmacology. The basic science material is fully integrated with the clinical disciplines of neurology and psychiatry. Overview lectures, problem-based learning sessions, and laboratory exercises introduce students to the basic and clinical sciences underlying neurological and psychiatric disorders. This course provides a foundation for students interested in understanding and teaching neuroscience in undergraduate, graduate, allied health, and medical school settings.