PSYT 455 Neurochemistry (3 credits)

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Offered by: Psychiatry (Faculty of Science)

Overview

Psychiatry : Covers biochemical mechanisms underlying central nervous system function. Introduces basic neuroanatomy, CNS cell types and morphology, neuronal excitability, chemically mediated transmission, glial function. Biochemistry of specific neurotransmitters, endocrine effects on brain, brain energy metabolism and cerebral ischemia (stroke). With examples, where relevant, of biochemical processes disrupted in human CNS disease.

Terms: Winter 2017

Instructors: Ana Cecilia Flores Parkman, Megha Chakravarty, Tak Pan Wong (Winter)