Experimental Approaches In Neuropathology (Online) University of Bordeaux
> Students will know how to: - Understand the neurobiological and molecular correlates ofneurological disorders, especially in neurodegenerative diseases andchronic pain. - Understand preclinical research in the field of neurologicaldisorders. - Integrate new data from the literature to the state of the artpicture of neurological disorders. - Acquire capacity to build a personal view on relationships betweenpathophysiological processes in neurons and clinical expression ofneurodegenerative diseases. - Understand neuroanatomical and neurochemical basis of aggression. - Understand psychological characteristics that is coupled toantisocial behaviour. - Couple the results of up to date molecular and quantitative geneticresearch to antisocial aggression as a phenotype. - Understand holistic diagnostics and treatment strategies in thefield of Neurological disorders.
> Applicants should have basic knowledge of: - Cellular neurobiology, and - Notions of physiology and neuroanatomy
- Article presentation or course presentation (flipped classroom)(40%). - Final exam (60%).
> Program: - General introduction to neurodegenerative diseases (prevalence,common characteristics and causes potential risk and protectivefactors). - Detailed pathophysiologies of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer diseases. - Current view on neuroprotective strategies developed in researchand clinic. - General pathways of nociceptive transmission. - Animal models used to study nociception and chronic pain. - Physiological mechanisms of nociception in the periphery and in thespinal cord. - Pathological processes of pain sensitization. - Therapeutic approaches. - Presentation of antisocial aggressive behaviour. - Details of the complex network of neuroanatomical, neurochemical,genetic, physiological and psychological correlates of humanbehaviours. - Neurological and psychological aspects ofself-control/self-governance. - Philosophical concept of free-will versus determinism.
> 153 hours: - 25 hours of lectures. - 8 hours of seminars. - 120 self-study hours. * Interactive activities on the Moodle platform include: 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: video conferences, recorded courses, flipped classroom, Moodle platform *
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