NEUR3615 Functional Neuroanatomy

This course aims to provide you with a basic understanding of how the vertebrate brain is organized. The course begins with an overview of the basic organization of the vertebrate brain, associated vasculature and the peripheral nervous system. The anatomy of several major brain regions will then be examined in further detail followed by the functional organization of the sensory systems. Although the focus will be on the anatomy of the mammalian brain, comparisons will also be drawn with other vertebrates in order to provide a deeper understanding of the anatomy of the brain.

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2019
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