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GEN2614  - Translational Neuroscience

Period 6: from 10-6-2024 to 5-7-2024
Co-requisites:
None
Coordinator: Martinez Martinez, M.
ECTS credits: 4
Language of instruction: English

Publication dates timetable/results in the Student Portal

Deadline publication timetable
The date on which the timetable of this module is available: 23-5-2024

Deadline publication final result
The date on which the final grade of this module is available: 26-7-2024


Resit booking

Exam booking for a test in current academic year (resit)
You will be booked automatically for the resit in one of our resit periods. You may check our calenders to find out which modules can be retaken and when: https://intranet.maastrichtuniversity.nl/nl/fhml-studenten/studieverloop/wanneer-wat
As of one week before the resit test takes place, you can check in Student Portal if you are booked correctly: Student Portal > My Courses > More actions. The test will also be visible in your time table.

Exam booking for a test from a previous academic year (exam only)
All students who have not passed the test for this module in a previous academic year, will be booked automatically for the test during the regular block period. You will be enrolled in the new course in Canvas but not scheduled for a tutorial group and other educational activities. If you do not wish to participate in this test at the end of the regular block period please de-register via askFHML.

Resit date: 22-7-2024

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Course information

Description: EN:
There is a link to the programme 2.3 Fundamentals of Neuroscience. Registration for both is recommended. Translational neuroscience applies insights gained through fundamental research on brain structure and function to identify novel approaches for treating diseases of the central nervous system (CNS) and peripheral nervous system (PNS). Therefore, requires continuous interaction between fundamental and clinical neuroscientists. This course will focus on translational neuroscience knowledge that the physician generally needs in order to deal intelligently and flexibly with the clinical problems she or he will face and enables them to go back and forth between the clinic and the laboratory. Number of available places: 30
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