NEURBIO 232: Regenerative Neurobiology is taught every other year in Winter Quarter by Professors Mathew Blurton-Jones and Sunil Gandhi.
Dr. Mathew Blurton-Jones
Dr. Sunil Gandhi
Prerequisites: Completion of the neurobiology graduate core or permission of the instructors.
NEURBIO 232 is taught every other year in Winter Quarter.
This course will introduce students to the latest research on regenerative neurobiology. Both basic stem cell discoveries and their potential clinical application to brain disorders will be examined. The goal is to discuss the opportunities and pitfalls in the potential application of neural stem cells to brain repair. The course will be relevant to those interested in this exciting new field of brain research as well as those concerned with its distinctive policy and regulatory implications.
|1||Intro to Neuroscience of Stem Cells
Brain Development and Plasticity
|2||Rewiring the Adult Brain
|3||Stem Cells as Therapeutic Agents
|4||Survival and Integration
Stress and Exercise
Autism and Schizophrenia
|6||iPS Cells and Reprogramming
Stem Cell Niches
|7||Stroke and Brain Trauma
|9||Mock Study Section
Mock Study Section
|10||Rare Pediatric Disorders