Clinical neurology is a branch of medical science that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders in patients. In this course we will be focusing on anatomy, cellular biology and pathology as it relates to the human brain.
You may be more comfortable with this course if you have a cursory understanding of biology and chemistry, however, in-depth knowledge of these subjects is not required. This course is conducted in English. You should expect to dedicate one day a week for the course. I upload lectures on Fridays.
CLNEURO 101 - Unit One, Neuroanatomy (18/12/2015-11/03/2016)
[U1] Neuroanatomy (Macro)
- [NEUROANATOMY OVERVIEW] (1/2)
- [NEUROANATOMY OVERVIEW] (2/2)
- [APCS/PSNS/SNS] (1/1)
- [THE FRONTAL LOBE] (1/1)
- [THE TEMPORAL LOBE] (1/1)
- [THE PARIETAL LOBE] (1/1)
- [THE OCCIPITAL LOBE] (1/1)
- [THE BRAINSTEM] (1/1)
- [DIFFERENTIATING CLUSTERS] (1/1)
[U1] Neuroanatomy (Micro)
- [THE NEURON OVERVIEW] (1/2)
- [THE NEURON OVERVIEW] (2/2)
- [TYPES OF NEURONS] (1/1)
There will be assignments, tests and homework for those working through Eliademy. Homework and assignments are optional. When there is an assignment due for a specific lecture, that information will be on the lecture page. Assignments are submitted through the "tasks" tab, homework is for personal study only. There will be a test after every unit.
There will be no live lectures. All lectures are pre-recorded and can be viewed at any time. Since this course is intended for uReddit, I will post each lecture video in the syllabus as it is released. This way, anyone who just wants to peruse the lecture series will have that option.
Due to the density of the course material, I will be putting up each unit as we reach it. Right now, we are on U1 or unit one. There is a preview of U2 at the end for those on Eliademy since I am using the course blocks as placeholders for lesson material. These blocks have no information in them.
If you complete the official course on Eliademy, you will get a certificate from Eliademy. The certificate is free of charge. It has a picture of a brain on it. Top notch. This course is originally hosted on uReddit.
As a current student, I'm still learning. You're just along for the ride. :)