Ms. Lisa K. Saladin

MUSC only
RS-501: Neuroscience
(College of Health Professions: Ms. Lisa K. Saladin)
This course will provide rehabilitation sciences students with the opportunity to thoroughly examine the structure and function of the human nervous system with emphasis on functional considerations related to clinical practice. This course will include a study of microscopic and macroscopic anatomical components of the central, peripheral, and autonomic nervous systems with emphasis on the organization of functional systems. The neurophysiological principles which are related to neural transmission and function of the various structures and systems will also be examined. Signs and symptoms related to various pathological conditions affecting the nervous system will be emphasized and students will be expected to correlate the clinical manifestations with the anatomical location of the pathology. This course requires a password to enter. For more information, please contact the course instructor (Ms. Lisa Saladin).