Neuroscience - The Twenty- First Century Brain
This lecture course will present leading research from Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience. The research is driven by an improved understanding of the brain’s ability to repair itself, and the increasing success of different approaches from drug and behavioural treatments to engineering solutions. The area is in particular focus presently, because of the increase in neurodegenerative diseases in line with the ageing population.
Topics include: stimulating the brain − healing the mind; stem cells and neurodegeneration; stimulating the human brain using computers; the use of MRI in neuroscience research.
Participants who attend at least seventy-five per cent of the course will receive a certificate of attendance.
How to apply
Apply in advance by sending cheque/draft/postal money order, made payable to Trinity College Dublin no. 1 account. An application form is not necessary. Please include name, correspondence address, telephone number and, if available, email address to TCIN Evening Course Co-ordinator, TCIN, Lloyd Institute, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, Dublin 2. Phone: 01 896 8484, email: email@example.com
EUR 220 for eighteen weeks. Concession rate (EUR 140) available to second and third level students, unemployed persons and those in receipt of a social welfare pension. Payment must accompany enrolment.
Date, time and place
7 p.m.-8.20 p.m. on Tuesdays in LB11, Lloyd Institute, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, Dublin 2. Michaelmas term is 26th September to 12th December and Hilary term is 16th January to 10th April.
Eighteen weeks over two terms: Michaelmas term (nine weeks), Hilary term (nine weeks).