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neu141 - Visual Neuroscience - Physiology and Anatomy (Veranstaltungsübersicht)
Department für Neurowissenschaften 12 KP
Modulverantwortung
  • Martin Greschner
Prüfungsberechtigt
  • Martin Greschner
  • Karin Dedek
  • Ulrike Janssen-Bienhold
  • Christian Puller
Modulteile Semesterveranstaltungen Sommersemester 2020 Prüfungsleistung
Vorlesung
Seminar
Übung
  • Uneingeschränkter Zugang 6.03.140 - Visual Neuroscience - Physiology and Anatomy headache
    • Martin Greschner
    • Apl. Prof. Dr. Karin Dedek
    • Apl.Prof.Dr. Ulrike Janssen-Bienhold
    • Dr. Christian Puller

    Termine am Montag. 27.04.20 - Donnerstag. 30.04.20, Montag. 04.05.20 - Donnerstag. 07.05.20, Montag. 11.05.20 - Donnerstag. 14.05.20, Montag. 18.05.20 - Dienstag. 19.05.20 09:15 - 16:00, Mittwoch. 20.05.20 09:15 - 12:00
Hinweise zum Modul
Teilnahmevoraussetzungen
Basic knowledge of neurobiology
Kapazität/Teilnehmerzahl 12 - with Visual Neuroscience: Anatomy (
Shared course components with (cannot be credited twice):
neu151 BM Visual Neuroscience: Anatomy
)
Prüfungszeiten
during the course (summer semester, first half)
In addition, mandatory but ungraded: seminar presentation
Prüfungsleistung Modul
Portfolio consisting of short tests and short reports
Kompetenzziele

++ Neurosci. knowlg.
++ Expt. Methods
+ Independent research
++ Scient. Literature
+ Social skills
+ Maths/Stats/Progr.
++ Data present./disc.
+ Scientific English
+ Ethics


Upon successful completion of this course, students

• have basic knowledge of electrophysiological techniques used in neuroscience research
• have acquired first practical skills in some electrophysiological techniques
• have acquired basic skills in data analysis
• have knowledge on retinal physiology and anatomy of the visual system
• have basic knowledge of brain structures and their function
• have profound knowledge of the architecture and circuits of the vertebrate retina
• have aquired basic skills in histological techniques (tissue fixation, embedding, sectioning,
staining procedures, immunohistochemistry)
• have aquired fundamental skills in microscopy (differential interference contrast microscopy,
phase-contrast microscopy, confocal microscopy)