NEUROSCIENCE

BASIC NEUROSCIENCE

Neuroscience is one of the basic medical sciences studying morphology and function of a healthy nervous system, with an emphasis on the mechanisms responsible for achieving its role as a central organism control and management system. This course will introduce students to problems in this area and enable them to approach problems using scientific methods. The aim of the Basic neuroscience course is to teach a student how to use the acquired knowledge on physics, chemistry, biochemistry, biology, anatomy, histology and physiology in acquiring knowledge on the normal function of the nervous system to the extent necessary for further successful studying.

CONTENT
The Basic neuroscience course lectures will be held during the 4th semester with a total duration of 115 teaching hours.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Dear students,

Basic Neuroscience Course will start on March 2nd, 2022 (Wednesday) at 10.30 in seminar room B104. All classes will be held live at the Medical School. 

Please, follow our instructions and possible changes in schedule on a daily basis. All further communication, new information and the latest teaching materials will be uploaded in Merlin/Moodle System.

Program
Schedule
List of students
List of students for Seminars and Practicals



INFORMATION FOR seminar 29 

 

Exams:
1st term exam:  13.-14. 04. 2022. INFORMATION FOR THE EXAM, NAME LIST
2nd term exam: 29. 07. 2022.
3rd term exam: 01. 09. 2022.  
4th term exam: 15. 09. 2022. 
 
The terms for the oral exams will be announced following results of the written exam. Ususally oral exam is held the same day or the day after the written exam.


TOPICS FOR ORAL EXAM

Teaching materials are available at Merlin/Moodle system

Information for practical V2-V3: Sectional atlas of the spinal cord, medulla and pons are found on the following link https://lksom.temple.edu/neuroanatomy/lab/index.htm .


ELECTIVE COURSES

Clinical cases in neuroanatomy
Sleep Medicine
Secrets of Sleep
 


DIPLOMA THESIS

The following topics are available for diploma thesis at the Department of Neuroscience:

- "The association between digital media use and sleep quality", under the supervision of Assist. Prof. Ivana Pavlinac Dodig


Students should contact Assist. Prof. Pavlinac Dodig personally or by e-mail at ivana.pavlinac@mefst.hr.


BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK - PROGRAM
 

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