Sue-Ann Mok

AssistProf, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Biochemistry Dept

Contact

AssistProf, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Biochemistry Dept
Phone
(780) 492-6851
Address
3-43B Medical Sciences Building
8613 - 114 St NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 2H7

Courses

NEURO 410 - Cellular and Molecular Aspects of Normal Aging and Neurodegenerative Disorders

Designed to provide senior undergraduate students in the Neuroscience program a comprehensive overview on neurobiology of normal aging and the cellular/molecular phenomena that may underlie various age-related neurodegenerative diseases. Aspects of neuronal and glial changes during the normal aging process will be covered. We also intend to include a video presentation of patients with neurodegenerative disorders to outline the impact of cellular/molecular changes on major clinical and psychological features. In addition, papers on the most recent developments in the field of aging research have been integrated into the course. Prerequisites: NEURO 375 or PMCOL 371 or ZOOL 342 or consent from course coordinator. Credit may be obtained for either NEURO 410 or 510 but not both.

Fall Term 2020
NEURO 510 - Cellular and Molecular Aspects of Normal Aging and Neurodegenerative Disorders

Designed to provide graduate students in the Neuroscience program a comprehensive overview of the neurobiology of normal aging and the cellular/molecular phenomena that may underlie various age-related neurodegenerative diseases. Aspects of neuronal and glial changes during the normal aging process will be covered. We also intend to include a video presentation of patients with neurodegenerative disorders to outline the impact of cellular/molecular changes on major clinical and psychological features. In addition, papers on the most recent developments in the field of aging research have been integrated into the course. Prerequisites: NEURO 375 or PMCOL 371 or ZOOL 342 or consent from course coordinator. Credit may be obtained for either NEURO 410 or 510 but not both.

Fall Term 2020

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