Neuroanatomy is an advanced neuroscience course that provides students with an understanding of the development, structure, function and vascular supply of the spinal cord, brainstem and forebrain. By using a system approach, students will acquire an in-depth knowledge of the neural structures and connections that underpin sensory processing and perception, reflexive and voluntary motor control and the emergence of complex higher functions in the cerebral cortex such as language and emotions.
This comprehensive systems neuroscience course equips students with skills directly applicable to brain research and pre-medical training.
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