E222: Molecular Imaging Methods for R&D and Clinical Trials of Emerging Molecular Therapies

This course is designed as an introduction to the growing world of molecular imaging in medicine and research. The current confluence of increased understanding of how genetic differences mitigate drug response, alongside substantial innovation in targeted molecular therapeutics including gene editing approaches, represents an inflection point for the use of molecular imaging. This course will…

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E224B: Introduction to Neurophysiology

The brain is the most spectacular yet most mysterious organ in our body. It controls every action we make, determines who we are and exceeds in its capacity any existing computer. The course will provide students with a detailed description of the basic principles of brain function, i.e., neurophysiology. The course will start from the…

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E224C: Interface between Neurobiology and Neural Engineering

The interface of neurobiology and engineering is revolutionizing the academic and industry worlds. This can be seen in the initiatives arising to encourage this development (e.g., the Obama Brain Initiative) and the emergence of private philanthropy and entrepreneurship going in that direction in the industry world (e.g., GoogleBrain, Neuralink, etc…). The goal of this course…

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E224A: How the Brains of Animals Work?

All animals live very diverse and distinct lives and hence might have varying requirements from their brains. In this course we will delve into the mysteries of animal behavior and explore what is in their brains that allow them to function as optimally as they do. This course will provide students with an overview of…

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