NEUR3003 - Cellular and Developmental Neuroscience
Faculty of Medicine (Sydney Medical School) - 6 credit points
HECS Band six
Domestic Fee: $4,140
International Fee: $4,530
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Students should be familiar with the material in Bear, Connors & Paradiso Neuroscience: Exploring the Brain.
For BMedSci: 18 credit points of BMED including (BMED2401 and BMED2402) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2806). For others: 18 credit points of Intermediate science units of study from Anatomy & Histology, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Microbiology, Molecular Biology and Genetics, Physiology, Psychology or Statisitics
NEUR3903, PHSI3002, PHSI3902
Dr Kevin Keay, Dr Catherine Leamey
Three 1 hour lectures plus one 1 hour tutorial or one 2 hour practical per week.
One 1 hour exam. Major essay/report (100%)
Kandell, Schwartz and Jessell. Principles of Neural Science. 4th edition. Elsevier. 2000.
This second semester unit is designed to introduce students to "cutting edge" issues in the neurosciences. This course is a combination of small lectures on current issues in cellular and developmental neuroscience and a research-based library project. Suitably qualified students may have the option of replacing the library project with a laboratory project. Issues covered in the lecture series will include the role of glial on cerebral blood flow and neural transmission, neurochemistry and psychiatric disorders and the development of central and peripheral nervous system.
Enrolment in NEUR3004 is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Courses are designed to be taken in conjunction with each other.