Neuroanatomy DissectionCode: MED661 (formerly MED645), Offered By: Research Study Skills
Open To - Faculty of Medicine & Pure Science Only
Semester Taught - Academic Year
This 5 week course comprises practical human brain dissection suitable for PhD students embarking on research in neuroradiology, neurology, psychiatry, psychology and biomedical science.
Researcher Development Framework Categories:
A1) Knowledge base
A2) Cognitive abilities
- Practical experience of human brain dissection
- Use of CAL package on neuroanatomy
- Independent text-book based learning
A practical spotter examination will test students knowledge.
The unit aims to teach a thorough knowledge of human nueroanatomy and secondarily to put this knowledge into a relevant clinical context.
Students will be able to answer questions on:-
1) General features of the brain
2) Osteology of the base of the skull
3) Cranial meninges
4) Blood supply of the brain
5) Brainstem and cranial nerves
6) Orbit, eye and ear
7) Cerebellum and IVth ventricle
8) Olfactory and limbic systems
9) Deep grey-matter nuclei.
They will be competent in:-
1) Practical methods of human brain examination and dissection
2) Knowledge of functional roles of major brain regions
3) Relating neuroanatomical knowledge to clinical pathology
IMPORTANT - You must be able to attend the first session, as this includes the induction. If you cant attend this session, you must inform the Module Leader in advance, or unfortunately you wont be able to attend the rest of the course.All sessions will be held in the Dissecting Room, D Floor, Alfred Denny Building.
Dr Tom Farrow
Tue, Sep 29th 2020, 09:30
Venue: Alfred Denny Building, Room: Dissecting Room, D Floor
Tutor: Dr Tom Farrow
If none of the above sessions are suitable, you can add an expression of interest to your basket and you will be notified when any new sessions become available.