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國立清華大學 生命科學系 焦傳金

關鍵字: 細胞神經科學


        Course Description

          Brain science is the most important research area in 21st century and cellular neuroscience is the basis of brain science. This course is one of the core courses of neuroscience micro interdisciplinary program (which contains cellular neuroscience, systems neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience and computational neuroscience). In this course, we are going to introduce the basic structures and functions of nerve cells, the generations and transmissions of neural signals, the communication and neuroplasticity between nerve cells, development and changes of nerve cells, nerve degeneration and regeneration. With the explanation of important concepts and the analysis of experimental data, we expect the students to have a full understanding of nerve cells’ characteristics so as to become an important basis for exploring brain functions.

 Basic biological concepts!
        Text Books
Eric R. Kandel, James H. Schwartz, Thomas M. Jessell, Steven A.

Siegelbaum and A. J. Hudspeth, Principles of Neural Science, 5th Ed., 2012 
 ♠ 特別感謝書商麥格羅﹒希爾(McGraw-Hill)

Dale Purves, George J. Augustine, David Fitzpatrick and William C. 
 Hall,Neuroscience, 5th Ed., 2011
♠ Larry Squire, Darwin Berg, Floyd E. Bloom and Sascha du Lac,

Fundamental Neuroscience,4th Ed., 2012
John G. Nicholls, A. Robert Martin, Paul A. Fuchs and David A. Brown, 

From Neuron to Brain,5th Ed., 2011


♠ Week 1Fundamental properties of neurons
♠ Week 2.Transmission of neural signals
♠ Week 3Synaptic transmission: mechanisms
 Week 4.Synaptic transmission: neurotransmitters
 Week 5.Synaptic transmission: plasticity
♠ Week 6Development of neurons
♠ Week 7Development of synapses
 Week 8Degeneration and regeneration of neurons


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