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An Introduction to Developmental Neurobiology
Course Objective Many brain disorders originate from defects during early brain development. Therefore it is of vital importance that future neuroscience researchers obtain in depth knowledge of brain development.
This course will provide insights in the developmental mechanisms of neural circuits and their plasticity during early and late brain development. The following issues will be covered: Molecular mechanisms of brain development from neurogenesis, neuronal migration, neuronal differentiation, axonal growth to synapse formation. We will address critical periods of development and experience dependent plasticity during embryonic and adult life in relation to normal brain function and brain disorders.
These topics are discussed while considering the adequate research technology and will be addressed during hands-on lab work using cultured neurons. Course Content Lectures, seminars, master classes. The Laboratory of Developmental Neurobiology researches in order to reveal the basic principles of morphogenesis using various organisms such as mice, chickens, and zebrafish as model organs for nerves, the heart, and limb buds.
Our research has been accepted and published in highly ranked journals such as Nature, Science, Developmental Cell, and Nature Neuroscience. In addition, have also acquire much competitive research funding and we possess a research environment which is abundant both in terms of financing and facilities.
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We are also developing the fundamental biological science that is molecular biology while at the same time making practical advances in fields such as regenerative medicine, genetic diagnostics, and gene therapy. While focusing on the state of these, we are also promoting developmental research in areas including embryonic stem cell induction, stem cell research, and the search for and diagnosis of the genes which cause diseases.
At the same time, we are also actively pursuing fundamental research to elucidate the most basic issues of development.
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