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Brain science at the molecular and cellular levels [Syllabus] [Schedule]

This subject corresponds to "Membrane physiology and structure-function study of ion channels and receptors" in the Department of Physiological Sciences.

◆Schedule: 1st semester
◆1 credit

[Subjects in Department of Physiological Sciences]
Membrane physiology and structure-function study of ion channels and receptors (2012,2017)
・Epithelial Cell Biology (2016)
・Cardiovascular Physiology (2015)
・Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology (2014)
・Molecular Sensory Physiology (2013)
・Molecular Basis of Neural Signaling (2011)
・Cytoarchitecture and Synaptic Organization of the Central Nervous System

 

Brain science at the circuit level [Syllabus] [Schedule]

This subject corresponds to "Cellular Function" in the Department of Physiological Sciences.
◆Schedule: 2nd semester (October - December)
◆1 credit
[Subjects in Department of Physiological Sciences]
Cellular Function (2012,2017)
・Cerebral Circuitry (2011, 2016)
・Functional Neural Circuits (2015)
・Function of glial cells and their dysfunction (2014)
・Neural Mechanisms of Perception and Cognition (2013)
・Bioimaging Science
 

System brain science [Syllabus] [Schedule]

This subject corresponds to "Behavioral Neuroscience" in the Department of Physiological Sciences.
◆Schedule: 2nd semester (January -February)
◆1 credit
[Subjects in Department of Physiological Sciences]
Behavioral Neuroscience (2012,2017)
・The Verbal Cognitive System (2011, 2016)
・Investigation of human brain function using electrophysiological methods (2015)
・Neuronal regulation of metabolism (2014)
・Neural Mechanism of Cognition and Motor Control (2013)
・Introduction of Clinical Neurology and Psychiatry
 

Brain science topics [Syllabus] [Schedule]

This subject corresponds to "Special Lectures in Physiological Sciences."
◆Schedule: All-year
◆1 credit
 

Principles and methodology in brain science [Syllabus] [Schedule]

This subject focuses on experimental approaches in brain science. Methodologies frequently used in brain science will be introduced to cultivate critical views on scientific data.
Spoken- language in this subject changes alternately; Japanese in 2017
◆Schedule: 1st semester
◆1 credit
 

Introductory statistics for brain science [Syllabus] [Schedule]

Basic knowledge and skills in statistical analyses useful for brain science research will be introduced in
lectures and tutorial.
Spoken- language in this subject changes alternately; Japanese in 2017
◆Schedule: 2nd semester (intensive course)
◆1 credit
 

Basic physiological and anatomical brain science [Syllabus] [Schedule]

Basic physiology and anatomy on brains can be learned through 8 lectures and 2 practices.
Since this is a full-year course, we strongly recommend that students take both "Basic programming for neuroscience" in the latter semester and "Basic physiological and anatomical brain science" in the first semester.
◆Schedule: 1st semester
◆1 credit
 

Basic information brain science [Syllabus] [Schedule]

Bases of information brain science can be learned through 3 lectures and 7 practice classes.
Students shall work on their own PC to learn basic programming.
Since this is a full-year course, we strongly recommend that students take both "Basic programming for neuroscience" in the latter semester and "Basic physiological and anatomical brain science" in the first semester.
◆Schedule: 2nd semester
◆1 credit
 

Training course for bioinformatics [Syllabus] [Schedule]

The following objectives are attained through lectures and hands-on tutorials.

1. To understand basic principles in biological sequence analyses and learn the practical skills.
2. To understand the theoretical background of transcriptome and proteome data analysis, and learn
the practical skills to analyse these data.
3. To learn current topics and future directions of genomics.

◆Difficulty level: Low
No particular background knowledge is required.
◆Schedule: 2nd semester (intensive course)
◆1 credit

 

Brain science step by step II[Syllabus]

Advanced knowledge necessary for brain science can be learned through an e-learning system with lecture and small tests.
Course registration will be completed by submitting an "Course Registration" to the Administration Office at each Parent Institute and Login ID will be given to each registrant. Students may login with the ID to the web page and conduct a self-study.
◆Schedule: 1st and 2nd semester
◆1 credit
 

Brain science step by step I (Supplemental Course)

Basic knowledge necessary for brain science can be learned through an e-learning system with lecture and small tests.
◆Difficulty level, low / No particular background knowledge is required.
◆No credit / Supplemental course for "Brain science step by step II"

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