Medical Neuroscience and Clinical Human Neuroanatomy
Explore the structure, functional organization, and neurobiology of the human central nervous system, its integrative actions, and the impairments of sensation, action and cognition that accompany injury or disease. Features a variety of instructional methods, including hands-on examination and dissection of human brain specimens, asynchronous video tutorials, live seminars with clinical experts, patient-interviews, and cases studies. Employs team-based learning, with graduate students integrated into teams of first-year medical students for real-time problem-solving and discovery. Requires general knowledge of cell and molecular biology, mammalian physiology and anatomy.