NEUS 626 NOD Course
The Neurobiology of Disease course, first presented in 2006, was initially supported by an R25 grant from the National Institutes of Health. Subsequent support for invited speakers has been provided by the Jungers Center and Neuroscience Graduate Program. The course is a required course in the NGP, but we encourage participation by students in other training programs, postdoctoral fellows, residents and faculty. Some clinical activities may be limited to enrolled students.
The course has the following general goals:
To provide hands-on exposure to clinicalsituations through live patient presentations, multimedia presentations, andvisits to clinics, hospital wards, and other clinical settings. Clinical Demonstrations stresshands-on interactive experience so that graduate students experience first-handthe impact of neurological and psychiatric disease on brain function, and onthe social fabric of the patient's life, their families and their community.
2018 Course Director: Vivek Unni, firstname.lastname@example.org