University of Vermont

2012-2013 Catalogue

Courses in Anatomy & Neurobiology

ANNB 195 - Special Topics
See Schedule of Courses for specific titles.
Credits: 1-18.
ANNB 196 - Special Topics
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Credits: 1-18.
ANNB 197 - Undergrad Research
Individual laboratory research under guidance of faculty member. Prerequisite: Department permission.
Credits: 1-6.
ANNB 198 - Undergrad Research
Individual laboratory research under guidance of faculty member. Prerequisite: Department permission.
Credits: 3-6.
ANNB 201 - Human Gross Anatomy
of Physical Therapy students; others with Lectures and detailed regional cadaver dissections emphasize functional anatomy of major systems (e.g. musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, nervous). Required Department permission.
Credits: 6.
ANNB 225 - Human Neuroanatomy
Functional anatomy of the human nervous system and its cells. Focus on both peripheral and central nervous system. Lectures and laboratory (gross and microscopic anatomy). Prerequisite: Permission of the Instructor.
Credits: 3.
ANNB 261 - Neurobiology
Focus on molecular and cellular aspects of the nervous system. Electrical signaling, synaptic transmission, signal transduction, neural development, plasticity, and diseases. Prerequisite: BIOL 103 or ANPS 019 & ANPS 020. Cross-listed with: BIOL 261.
Credits: 3.
ANNB 295 - Special Topics
See Schedule of Courses for specific titles. Undergraduate only.
Credits: 1-18.
ANNB 296 - Advanced Special Topics
See Schedule of Courses for specific titles. Undergraduate only.
Credits: 1-18.
ANNB 301 - Medical Gross Anatomy
Prerequisite: Current Medical, Osteopathic, Podiatric and This course includes a complete cadaver dissection by all students and evaluation in embryology as required. Emphasis is placed on individualized laboratory instruction. Dental students or Instructor permission.
Credits: 8.
ANNB 302 - Neuroscience
Prerequisites: Open to Graduate students in Physical This course examines the structure and functions of the human nervous system, provides laboratory experience with dissected specimens and incorporates clinical information. Therapy and others with Instructor permission.
Credits: 4.
ANNB 306 - Techniques in Neurobiology
Discussion, demonstration of techniques used to study the nervous system. Experience with light, fluorescence, electron microscopy; microsurgical procedures; electrophysiological stimulating, recording techniques; neuronal tracing techniques. Prerequisite: Permission of the Instructor.
Credits: 3.
ANNB 320 - Developmental Neurobiology
Provides fundamental knowledge of cell-to-cell interactions necessary for proper development and organization of the nervous system. Topics include pattern formation, neuronal differentiation, axon guidance, and target interactions. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor. Alternate years.
Credits: 1-10.
ANNB 323 - Neurochemistry
Biochemistry of the nervous system. Topics include ion channels, synaptic function, neurotransmitters and neuropeptides, signal transduction, and hormones in brain function. Prerequisite: Permission of the Instructor.
Credits: 1-3.
ANNB 326 - Basic Sci-Neurologic Disease
In-depth examination of basic mechanisms and clinical aspects of one neurological disease per year. Disease examined changes every year. Prerequisites: Advanced Graduate students, neuroscience faculty and residents contact Dr. Eckenstein at 656-4536.
Credits: 1.
ANNB 327 - Resp Conduct in Biomed Rscrch
Topics in Scientific Integrity surrounding responsible conduct and practices in biomedical research. Prerequisites: Advanced Graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and assistant professors in the biological or biomedical sciences.
Credits: 1.
ANNB 328 - Techniques in Microscopy
Topics shall include practical background in microscopy, including brightfield, epifluorescence, confocal, multi-photon, deconvolution, atomic force and electron microscopy. Prerequisite: Permission of the Instructor.
Credits: 3.
ANNB 329 - Topics in Excitable Membranes
discussions of journal articles. Prerequisite: Permission of This course is a graduate course designed to introduce the fundamentals of cellular electrophysiology through independent student reading and faculty-led group the Instructor.
Credits: 2.
ANNB 330 - Comparative Neurobiology
This course is designed to introduce students to the cellular mechanisms that underlie selective motor and sensory abilities that have evolved in various species. Pre/co-requisite: Permission of the Instructor.
Credits: 2.
ANNB 342 - Spec Dissections in Gross Anat
A detailed and independent study of a single anatomical region, utilizing gross, microscopic, and embryologic materials. Prerequisite: Permission of the Instructor.
Credits: 1-12.
ANNB 381 - Sem in Anatomy & Neurobiology
Research presentations and critical review of the literature in various areas of anatomical and neurobiological sciences.
Credits: 1.
ANNB 382 - Sem in Anatomy & Neurobiology
Research presentations and critical review of the literature in various areas of anatomical and neurobiological sciences.
Credits: 1.
ANNB 391 - Master's Thesis Research
Credit as arranged.
Credits: 1-18.
ANNB 395 - Special Topics in Neurobiology
Prerequisite: Permission of the Instructor.
Credits: 1-3.
ANNB 396 - Special Topics in Neurobiology
Prerequisite: Permission of the Instructor.
Credits: 1-3.
ANNB 491 - Doctoral Dissertation Research
Credit as arranged.
Credits: 1-18.

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