|Faculty Package / Core / Elective:||Major Elective|
|Year of Study:||Year 3 or above|
Professor CHEUNG Chi Kwan Vincent
Neuroscience is the study of the structure and functions of the central (the brain and spinal cord) and peripheral nervous systems. Understanding how the nervous system works is not only a major scientific quest of the 21st century, but also a prerequisite for designing novel, effective treatments for many neurological and psychiatric disorders. This introductory course will first cover some fundamentals in neuroscience such as action potential generation, synaptic plasticity, and basic neuroanatomy. The physiology, development and disorders of the different neural systems (including the visual, auditory, somatosensory, and motor systems) will then be explored. More advanced topics such as the neural basis of memory formation, computational neuroscience, evolutionary neuroscience, and emerging technologies for research and disease treatment will be introduced where appropriate.
To fulfill the requirement of Concentration Area A, select any 6 Units of courses from SBMS3202, SBMS3203, SBMS3204, SBMS3205, SBMS3206.
|Offering Year:||2018/19 onwards|
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