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Advanced Departmental Seminar Courses and Electives
Advanced Courses are high level small group courses that investigate the cutting edge of a specific topic. Such a course should be highly intensive and rely on primary literature. The Department currently offers 9 advanced courses every one or two years (see below). Students may substitute courses in other departments for advanced courses, but must petition the GEC prior to signing up for the course. The petition should include the syllabus and schedule for the proposed course. Students may also pursue two other options:
(1) Students may choose to have two (2) directed departmental journal clubs serve to take the place of one 2 credit advanced course. Students must arrange this situation with the instructors and the GEC Chairman ahead of time, and a grade will be given.
(2) Students may petition a faculty member to hold a directed study in a particular topic. The faculty member should consult the Chairman of the GEC for general guidelines. The syllabus should be submitted and approved prior to the course being offered.
|Advanced Clinical Anatomy||2cr||GMS AN 708|
|Autism: Clinical and Neuroscience Perspectives||2cr||GMS AN 713|
|Neural Development and Plasticity||2cr||GMS AN 709|
|Neurobiology of Aging||2cr||GMS AN 707|
|Neurobiology of the Visual System||2cr||GMS AN 807|
|Vesalius Module Teaching Practicum I||2-3cr||GMS AN 805|
|Methods of Functional Imaging of the Brain||2cr||GMS IM 630|
|Introduction to the Neurobiology of Education||2cr||GMS AN 720|
|Molecular Basis of Neurological Diseases||2cr||GMS MS 783|
The following Departmental courses may NOT be used to fulfill the Advanced Departmental Course requirement; however, they may be taken in partial fulfillment of elective credits.
|Teaching in the Biomedical Sciences||2cr||GMS AN 806|
|Vesalius Module Teaching Practicum II||2-3cr||GMS AN 805|
|Forensic Pathology||3cr||GMS FS 712|
|Forensic Anthropology||2cr||GMS FS 705|
|MRI Principles, Methods and Application to Biomedical Research||4cr||GMS IM 610|
|Introduction to Interdisciplinary Systems Science: Dynamic Modeling||2cr||GMS AN 820|
|Bioimaging Foundations||4cr||GMS IM 600|
|Methods in Neuroscience||4cr||GMS AN 718|
|Systems Neurobiology||4cr||GMS AN 810|
|Cognitive Neuroscience||4cr||GMS AN 811|
|Medical Histology||6cr||GMS AN 700/700S|
|Medical Gross Anatomy||8cr||GMS AN 701/501S|