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Dec 21 2007

Course Offering:

Biological Basis of Neuropsychiatric Disorders (MSNBIO 2005/NROSCI 2078)
January 9 – April 23, 2008;
Wednesdays, 9:30 am – 11:50 pm -
Room 122, Victoria Building
Course Director: Michael Zigmond, PhD
Co-directors: David Lewis MD, Robert Moore, MD/PhD, and Clayton Wiley MD/PhD
This is a 3 credit course for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows (PhD and/or MD), and others interested in the topic. It is designed to provide a survey of some of the major neurological and psychiatric disorders for the non-clinician. Each session will focus on a particular disorder and will include a patient presentation (live or by videotape), and a discussion of the etiology, epidemiology, pathophysiology, and treatment of that disorder. It meets once a week for two and a half hours, combines lectures, discussions, and video or live patient presentations, and is taught by a combination of clinical and basic science faculty. Assignments will include an assigned chapter or review article plus one peer reviewed article each week, and the preparation of a grant proposal on an aspect of neurobiology of disease. Syllabus available from Course Director;
contact Emma Culligan (
PLEASE NOTE: The first class on January 9, 2008 will be held in Room 1295 Biomedical Science Tower