Cell Communication and Plasticity (Online) University of Bordeaux
> Students will learn to: - Understand molecular mechanisms of neurotransmission andgliotransmission. - Have an overview on intracellular signalling. - Understand molecular mechanisms of synaptic plasticity. - Develop a critical analysis of complex data sets onneurotransmission. - Propose experimental strategy to tackle questions related toneurotransmission.
Applicants should have basic knowledges on "Cellular Neurobiology" (Master 1).
> 226 hours:
> Program: - Introduction to Neuronal plasticity. - G-protein coupled receptors. - Growth factors and tyrosine kinase receptors. - Ionotropic receptors and their trafficking - Purinergic signalling. - Cytoskeleton-associated signalling. - Glial cells and repertoire of gliotransmitters. - Astrocyte activation. - Astrocyte and synaptic transmission. - Astrocytes and synaptic memory. - Molecular mechanisms of synaptic plasticity, long-term potentiationand long-term depression.
> 226 hours: - 40 hours of lectures. - 6 hours of seminars. - 180 self-study hours. * Interactive activities on the Moodle platform includes: quiz, wiki, chat, forum.
Online Course Requirement
Articles and reviews are available on Master Moodle platfrom.- Selection of applications first through the EMN-Online website, thenthrough the Apoflux procedure. - Students must be autonomous andprepared for online courses.Language of instruction: EnglishMode of delivery: E-learning: videoconferences, recorded courses, glipped classroom, Moodle platform *
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Marc Landrymarc.firstname.lastname@example.org