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NSCI 429 Disorders of the Nervous System

NSCI 429  Disorders of the Nervous System  Units: 3.00  

A multi-disciplinary course exploring advanced concepts of clinical neuroscience. Topics include stroke, traumatic brain and cord injuries, neurodegenerative disorders, epilepsy, schizophrenia, depression, deep brain stimulation, pain and placebo effects, normal and abnormal aging, stem cells. Students will learn to critically evaluate scientific literature and present these concepts to classmates during student-led seminars. Restricted to fourth-year students. Enrollment is limited.

Requirements: PREREQUISITE NSCI 322/3.0 or NSCI 323/3.0 or NSCI 324/3.0 or ANAT 312/3.0 and Level 4 and (registration in a LISC Major or Specialization Plan) and (a GPA of 2.5)  
Offering Faculty: Faculty of Health Sciences  


The Centre for Neuroscience Studies is an interdisciplinary center with a membership that includes faculty members from multiple departments in both the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Arts & Science. The graduate program in Neuroscience provides an enriched environment for the training of highly qualified personnel with the skills required to study fundamental questions of function and diseases of the nervous system. Faculty members participating in the graduate program in Neuroscience have access to world-class laboratory facilities applicable to all aspects of neuroscience research.

Neuroscience (NSCI)

All courses are 3.0 credit units with the exception of NSCI 868 (1.0 credit unit) and NSCI 825, NSCI 899, and NSCI 999 (all  6.0 credit units.)

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