The course leads students through the study of brain function from a cellular and synaptic level, through to a systems and functional level. Content includes cellular and synaptic neuroscience, and builds to investigate different aspects of sensory systems, and higher order brain processing and brain dysfunction. Teaching is structured around developing knowledge of brain function from a cellular to systems and functional approaches. Content is delivered by discipline experts, drawn from different research area, with teaching activities encompassing face-to-face lectures, tutorials and practical classes.
Note: Students cannot concurrently enrol in NEUR2201
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