Current Neuroscience students enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs in the field, as well as working professionals can benefit from the opportunity to learn the most current practices and procedures on up-to-date equipment in neuroscience courses at the universities listed below. Courses in Neuroscience may focus on conceptual or technical skills and knowledge bases, and may also apply specifically clinical neurology and neurobiology, or even genetics. Offered at accredited academic institutions around the world, in Europe, Asia, North America and elsewhere, the certification, diploma or credit earned in neuroscience courses are valuable qualifications for any professional in the field.
Universities understand the variety of student requirements when it comes to neuroscience courses: while some prospective students are working professionals with busy weekly schedules, others are full time students. Neuroscience courses also cater to the diversity of students in the required coursework, which includes a mix of both practical and theoretical erudition, lab work and regular assessments. To learn more about a specific neuroscience course, simply fill out the web form on the course information page to request a packet to be sent to you directly from the university.
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In this course you will learn about the science behind strong willpower, and raise your self control to allow you to achieve your goals. Based on the latest research and cutting-edge insights from cognitive psychology, neuroscience and medicine, this course distills it all into practical lessons and tools to build your willpower... [+]
The separate courses includes lectures, seminars, and practical laboratory work. Immunology covers the organization and development of the immune system, its activation upon stimulation, the various effector mechanisms involved in the innate [+]
Infection, Neurobiology, and Genetics
The separate courses includes lectures, seminars, and practical laboratory work. Immunology covers the organization and development of the immune system, its activation upon stimulation, the various effector mechanisms involved in the innate and adaptive immune responses (cellular and humoral immunity), immunological memory, tolerance mechanisms, transplantation immunology, autoimmunity, hypersensitivity, immune deficiencies, and the defense mechanisms against different pathogens. The Bacterial Physiology and Pathogenesis course will highlight the intriguing world of bacteria. It will give insight into bacterial diversity and some of their distinctive habitats. It will illustrate in molecular detail the regulatory mechanisms of microbial adaptation to these varied environments. It will discuss the role of horizontal gene transfer in bacterial evolution and the acquisition of new coding potential, such as antibiotic resistance. The course will present the current state of knowledge regarding pathogenic mechanisms and the major disease causing bacteria that use them. This will include an explanation at the molecular level of various pathogenic strategies such as motility, biofilms, quorum sensing, secretion systems, toxins, adhesion factors and immune evasion mechanisms. In the face of widespread antibiotic resistance among leading bacterial pathogens, new anti-bacterial treatment and prevention options will also be addressed. The Neurobiology course gives the student extended knowledge about how the nervous system is organized, and how it functions in order to change physiological state of neuronal circuits which underlies the generation of behavior. Thus, the nervous system is explored at molecular, cellular, systems and behavioral levels. The Genetics course aims to provide knowledge of genetic theory, methodology and analysis. Subject matter includes genetic principles and the underlying mechanisms at molecular level as well as at the cellular, organism and population levels. The course will provide students with an overall understanding of genome organization and how genetic changes at the molecular level are able to influence biological processes and how these changes affect organisms, populations and ultimately evolution.... [-]