ANNB 326 Basic Science of Neurological Diseases
Spring Term, 2011
Term Topic: Channelopathies.
Course Director: Felix Eckenstein
This year (2010-2011) the course will run during the Spring Semester from February through April 2011. All lectures are held on Tuesdays, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm in HSRF 400, except for March 3, March 8, and April 5, and April 12 during which they will be held in HSRF 300.
The target audiences are: Advanced Graduate Students; Neuroscience Faculty, and Residents (in the departments of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry).
The goal of the course is to provide insight in recent developments in transitional neuroscience research and to stimulate interaction between basic and clinical neuroscience research at UVM. In order to achieve this goal, the course will focus on an in-depth examination of a single group of highly related neurological disorders. The disorder examined will change every year, so that many major groups of neurological disease are covered in a five year span.
|Date and Time||Location||Lecture Topic||Presenter|
|02-08||HSRF 400||Structure and Function in Ion Channels||Parsons|
|02-15||HSRF 400||Channelopahties in Migraine and Epilepsy||Shapiro|
|03-01||HSRF 300||TRP channelopathies affecting neural control of micturation||Vizzard|
|03-15||HSRF 400||Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Channelopathies and Noturnal Epilepsy||Nishi|
|03-29||HSRF 400||Channelophathies affecting the vasculature||Wellman|
|04-05||HSRF 300||Cholride channel channelopathies: Myotonia Congenita and Cystic Fibrosis||Michelle McNamara, NGP Student|
|04-12||HSRF 300||Calcium Channelopathy: The role of L-type Calciium channel in Congenital Stationary Night Blindness||Bior Kwer Bior, Jr., Graduate Student|
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