S-114.740 Neural plasticity (Note that the course is full!)
Syksy 2004, Fall 2004 (2 ov, L)
Neural plasticity refers to ongoing adaptation of the central nervous system (CNS) to the environment, during development, learning, changes in the environment, and damage to CNS. This course will give the interested student a comprehensive view on the phenomenon.
The seminars will be held on either Finnish or English, depending on the participants (most probably in English, since there usually is at least one student without command of Finnish).
Participation at the seminars, reading literature and a "1st author" + "2nd author" presentation at the seminar. (The grade will be given with a scale of 1 - 5, with the 1st authored presentation being weighted more heavily than the 2nd authored presentation, and active participation counting towards a higher score)
The seminars will be held on tuesdays at 10.15-11.45 in B317, Tekniikantie 14, Innopoli 2, starting October 26th, 2004, with December 7th the last seminar. Unless there are cancellations, the course is full at this moment.
Iiro Jääskeläinen, email: Iiro.Jaaskelainen@hut.fiSlides: Introduction to Neural Plasticity