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Spring 2022 Physical Therapy M8105 section 001
NEUROSCIENCE

Call Number 15038
Points 4
Grading Mode Standard
Approvals Required None
Instructors
Debra Krasinski
Type LECTURE
Method of Instruction In-Person
Course Description This intensive course during the second semester of the DPT curriculum provides students with detailed coverage of neuroscience through lecture and one human cadaver prosection lab. The focus of the course is on the integral relationship between structure and function, as it relates to the neural basis for perception, movement, behavior, and cognition.  A comprehensive understanding of normal structure and function provides the foundation for understanding abnormal structure and function.  Both the lecture and laboratory components of the course are critical to success in the program and as a competent entry-level clinician. This course uses a primarily systems approach to study neuroscience.  The first part of the course covers essential concepts, such as neurobiology, neurohistology, neurophysiology, neurodevelopment, and neuroanatomy.  The second part of the course covers perception.  The third part of the course covers movement.  The fourth part of the course covers homeostasis, behavior, cognition, and alterations (i.e. healing and aging).  Functional consequences of lesions to various parts of the nervous system will be discussed.
Web Site Vergil
Department Physical Therapy
Enrollment 70 students (80 max) as of 2:07PM Friday, July 1, 2022
Subject Physical Therapy
Number M8105
Section 001
Division College of Physicians and Surgeons: Physical Therapy
Campus Health Science
Section key 20221PHYT8105M001

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