NEUR*3500 Techniques in Neuroscience W (2-3) [1.00]
This course provides an introduction to selected techniques used in Neuroscience. Students will investigate and learn key methods in neurophysiology and biomechanics, neuroanatomy, cognitive neuroscience, and molecular and cellular neurobiology, used to address contemporary problems in this multidisciplinary field. These techniques will be introduced through literature review, hands-on laboratory exercises and demonstrations. A diversity of vertebrate and invertebrate model organisms will be considered as well as the ethical considerations that accompany the use of animals or human subjects in research.
Prerequisite(s): MCB*2050, PSYC*3270, (NEUR*2000 or PSYC*2410), (1 of BIOM*3200, HK*2810, ZOO*3600)
Restriction(s): This is a Priority Access Course. Enrolment may be restricted to particular programs (BSCH.NEUR) or semester levels during certain periods.
Department(s): Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Department of Psychology, Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences