This is a Video Course on Concepts relating to Neuroscience.

What is Neuroscience?

Neuroscience is the study of the nervous system. The nervous system is like an animal’s electrical system, transmitting signals throughout the body and neuroscience focuses on all aspects of how this system functions including the structure and development. Major branches of neuroscience include behavioral neuroscience (psychology), cognitive neuroscience (mental processes) and clinical neuroscience (neurology).

The course serves as an introductory survey of topics in neuroscience, ranging from the function of ion channels in the neuronal membrane, to the activity of individual neurons and small groups of neurons, to the function of the brain and its subsystems. The  course has no specific prerequisites, though some prior exposure to biology and/or chemistry can be helpful.

Disclaimer : The content in this course is educational in nature and intended solely as general health information. It is not a recommendation for treatment or medical advice. It is not a substitute for advice from a health care provider. If you  as a patient are experiencing a medical emergency, contact your health care provider or an emergency room. 

Course Curriculum

Course Contents
Introduction to Ion Channels 01:00:00
Studying the Development of Dendrite Morphogenesis 01:00:00
Developing Autism Spectrum Disorder Therapeutics 01:00:00
Fish in the Matrix: Neuronal Activity and Animal Behavior in Virtual Environments 01:00:00
Cell Biology of the Neuronal Synapse and Behavior in C. elegans 01:00:00
Neuronal Regeneration After Dendrite Injury 01:00:00
Neuronal Regeneration 01:00:00
Asymmetric Cell Division and Brain Development 01:00:00
Myelination Remyelination and Multiple Sclerosis 01:00:00
What Do Reactive Astrocytes Do? 01:00:00
Reactive Astrocytes 01:00:00
What We Think We Become 01:00:00
Exploring the Visual Brain 01:00:00
Recycling Synaptic Vesicles 01:00:00
Imaging Synaptic Vesicle Transmission 01:00:00
Neurodevelopmental disease: Drug Discovery in Neuroscience 01:00:00
Development of Optogenetics 01:00:00
How peppers and peppermint identified sensory receptors for temperature and pain 01:00:00
Sensory Receptors for Temperature and Pain 01:00:00
Neurodegenerative disease: The Coming Epidemic 01:00:00
The Evolution of Neural Circuits and Behaviors 01:00:00
Conus Venom 01:00:00
Venomous Snails 01:00:00
Visualizing Activity in the Brain 01:00:00
Neurobiology of Monarch Butterfly Migration 01:00:00
Electrical Signaling: Life in the Fast Lane – Sodium channels 01:00:00
The Connectome and Connectomics: Seeking Neural Circuit Motifs 01:00:00
Circadian Clocks: Clock Genes Clock Cells and Clock Circuits 01:00:00
One Second in Your Brain: The Power of the Human Brain 01:00:00
Visualizing Synaptic Vesicles Signaling 01:00:00
Learning and Memory: From Synapse to Perception 01:00:00
The Vertebrate Retina : Photoreceptors and Color Vision 01:00:00
Sex and Smell: Molecular Biology of Pheromone Perception 01:00:00
Brain Pathways for Vocal Learning 01:00:00
Rapid Adaptive Camouflage and Signaling in Cephalopods 01:00:00
Genes: The Brain and Behavior 01:00:00
Brain Tumors and Stem Cells 01:00:00
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