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Global riactice Leader's in Brain Science

학사안내

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교과과정

  • Requirements : for both MS and PhD
  • Electives

Requirements : for both MS and PhD

Diseases and Disorders in Brain Science
This course provides in-depth introduction to the pathogenic mechanisms of major neurological disorders including degenerative diseases, addiction, psychiatric disorders and developmental diseases. Recent updates of basic research on potential pathogenic mechanisms and pathological markers are covered.
Introduction to Brain Science
Introduction to modern molecular and cellular neurobiology. The course includes cell biology of neurons and glias, ion channels and electrical signaling, synaptic transmission and integration, neurotransmitter systems, sensory systems, motor systems, and brain development and neurogenesis.
Introduction to Systems Brain Science
This course provides in-depth introduction to the pathogenic mechanisms of major neurological disorders including degenerative diseases, addiction, psychiatric disorders and developmental diseases. Recent updates of basic research on potential pathogenic mechanisms and pathological markers are covered.
Journal Club in Brain Science
The purpose of this journal club is to create a learning environment for the students through the analysis of the articles. The students will hone the essential skills of critical thinking and effective presentation, as well as stay up to date in the field of neuroscience.
Method in brain Science
This course covers the techniques essential for the study of neuroscience, including molecular and cellular approaches, genetics, statistics, electrophysiology, and imaging
Thesis
A thesis serves as a basic learning unit of scholarly work by training students in formulating testable hypothesis and research questions, assessing scientific literature, and writing original research into dissertation. Students present a public seminar based on their thesis as one of the requirements for graduation.