IMC 606/610 Neuroscience and Behavior, 12 credits

This required system based block integrates the basic sciences into a study of neuroscience and behavior in both health and disease. Each of the basic science topics is incorporated into an integrated body of knowledge covering neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurological correlations, neuropharmacology, neuropathology, human behavior and psychiatry, utilizing both didactic and self directed learning methods and clinical models.

Fall/Spring Semester

Number of students: 180

Required course for all second year medical students (MS2)

Course Directors: Christopher S. Cohan, PhDSergio Hernandez, MD