Functional Neuroanatomy University of Bordeaux
> The general objectives of this course are to: -Discover how Neuroanatomy is a living, dynamic field that needs to begrasped in order to build an understanding of brain functions and howthey relate to structures; -Be able to relate Neuroanatomy to clinical cases.
- Students should possess a Bachelor degree (180 ECTS) or equivalentdiploma in biology, biochemistry, biomedical sciences, medicalstudies, pharmacy, cognitive sciences or psychology. - A proven interest and solid basic knowledge in the field ofNeuroscience must be provided by students with a Bachelor degree inanother subject (chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer science). - Language prerequisite: fluency in English.
- Students talks (2 per student): 20%. - Final papers (2 x 1 hours): MCQ, clinical cases: 80% - The final assessment takes place in early November and December. - One re-sit is allowed.
> During the course, students will learn to: -Know the structures of the central nervous system and nomenclature -Understand the complex spatial relationships of the brain -Train spatial cognition in relation to brain structures and functions -Integrate knowledge of different functional systems through clinicalcases - Understand the principles and interest of classical and modernneuroanatomicalmethods> The learning outcomes of this course are: - Master the foundations of modern Neuroanatomy - Apply the basic technical approaches of Neuroanatomy - Have a general, precise and critical overview of Neuroanatomy, fromnormal functioning to brain diseases - Name the technical approaches of Neuroanatomy, explain theirtheoretical groundings and know when to use them
- 47 hours (lectures: 8 hours; tutorials: 27 hours; practical work: 8 hours; lab visits: 4 hours) - Personal student work: 78 hours - Final assessment: 2 hours > Face-to-face teaching: - Lectures: general overview of Neuroanatomy and basic definitions / check-points / methods - Flipped class room and team work (tutorials): students prepare oral presentations with the help of the teacher; - Tutorials: Neuroanatomy quizz and conundrums; Movies; Use it to know it: Neuroanatomy through clinical cases. - Practical work: prepared via individual distance work. - Lab visits and demonstrations (prepared via individual distance work).
Online Course Requirement
Maximum number of students: 20Duration: 3 monthsLanguage of instruction: EnglishMode of delivery: Face-to-face teaching
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