BME 520 Neuroplasticity
An advanced course for graduate students in Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering that covers
systems and cellular mechanisms involved in motor recovery after CNS injury and rehabilitation, the
development of neuropathic pain and learning and memory. Additionally, research articles reporting
new developments in these topics will be discussed. Students will be expected to present a detailed
lecture on a topic of their choice. Students should have a basic background in neurophysiology.
Prerequisites: PMCOL 371 and PHYSL 372 or equivalents or consent of instructor.