NSCI 0100 - Basic Clinical Neurosciences
Credit(s): 2-15 Credits (Repeatable for credit)
Basic Clinical Neurosciences is organized by functional systems or topics. For each system or topic we will first describe the medically relevant neuroanatomical and physiological features of the system, then cover the correlated pathology and therapeutic pharmacology of the system, and finally conclude with the clinical case studies of human diseases and their associated signs and symptoms. Fundamental and clinical neurosciences are integrated throughout the sequence of lectures, laboratories, neuroanatomical case study sessions and clinical cases in neurology (CCiN) sessions.