A multidisciplinary graduate level course exposing students to the clinical aspects of neuroscience (same as ANAT-825, PHAR-825 and PHGY-825). Didactic lectures cover detailed organization of the nervous system with clinical implications. Laboratories review basic neuroanatomy and pathology. Clinical demonstrations expose students to several neurological disorders. Lectures, laboratories, and clinical cases.
NSCI 825 will be running in Winter 2013. This will be a full credit course that will include Independent Learning, Lab Sessions and Lectures. Because the course is run concurrent with 2nd year medical curriculum, the detailed course schedule will not be available until early in 2013. Dr. Michael Kawaja will be providing an overview on January 8th, 2013 at 10:00 am in Bracken Library Room 124.