Advanced Neurobiology II

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Advanced Neurobiology II

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About this course: Hello everyone! Welcome to advanced neurobiology! Neuroscience is a wonderful branch of science on how our brain perceives the external world, how our brain thinks, how our brain responds to the outside of the world, and how during disease or aging the neuronal connections deteriorate. We’re trying to understand the molecular, cellular nature and the circuitry arrangement of how nervous system works. Through this course, you'll have a comprehensive understanding of basic neuroanatomy, electral signal transduction, movement and several diseases in the nervous system. This advanced neurobiology course is composed of 2 parts (Advanced neurobiology I and Advanced neurobio…

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When you enroll for courses through Coursera you get to choose for a paid plan or for a free plan

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About this course: Hello everyone! Welcome to advanced neurobiology! Neuroscience is a wonderful branch of science on how our brain perceives the external world, how our brain thinks, how our brain responds to the outside of the world, and how during disease or aging the neuronal connections deteriorate. We’re trying to understand the molecular, cellular nature and the circuitry arrangement of how nervous system works. Through this course, you'll have a comprehensive understanding of basic neuroanatomy, electral signal transduction, movement and several diseases in the nervous system. This advanced neurobiology course is composed of 2 parts (Advanced neurobiology I and Advanced neurobiology Il). They are related to each other on the content but not on scoring or certification, so you can choose either or both. It’s recommended that you take them sequentially and it’s great if you’ve already acquired a basic understanding of biology. Thank you for joining us!

Created by:  Peking University
  • Taught by:  Chenjian Li, Professor

    School of Life Sciences
  • Taught by:  Donggen Luo, Research Fellow

    School of Life Sciences
  • Taught by:  Yan Zhang, Professor

    School of Life Sciences, Peking University
Level Intermediate Language English How To Pass Pass all graded assignments to complete the course. User Ratings 3.7 stars Average User Rating 3.7See what learners said Travail en cours

Chaque cours fonctionne comme un manuel interactif en proposant des vidéos préenregistrées, des quiz et des projets.

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Peking University Peking University is determined to make its education openly accessible to students in China and around the world. With over 3000 faculty members, Peking University offers excellence in teaching and learning. Founded in 1898, Peking University (PKU) was the first national comprehensive university in China. For the past 115 years, with its hundreds of thousands of outstanding alumni, Peking University has made prominent contributions in the humanities and sciences to further China's prosperity and progress.

Syllabus


WEEK 1


Perception: Vision



18 videos, 1 reading expand


  1. Video: Welcome to Advanced Neurobiology!
  2. Lecture: Guide to download the slides
  3. Video: 1.1.1 Ways to sense the environment-I
  4. Video: 1.1.2 Ways to sense the environment-II
  5. Video: 1.1.3 Ways to sense the environment-III
  6. Video: 1.1.4 Sensory transduction-I
  7. Video: 1.1.5 Sensory transduction-II
  8. Video: 1.1.6 Sensory processing
  9. Video: 1.1.7 Sensory representation in the brain
  10. Video: 1.1.8 Vision
  11. Video: 1.1.9 Single-photon detection
  12. Video: 1.1.10 Second messengers
  13. Video: 1.2.1 Review
  14. Video: 1.2.2 Phototransduction-I
  15. Video: 1.2.3 Phototransduction-II
  16. Video: 1.2.4 Phototransduction-III
  17. Video: 1.2.5 Color vision-I
  18. Video: 1.2.6 Color vision-II
  19. Video: 1.2.7 Signal processing of the retina

Graded: Quiz 1.1
Graded: Quiz 1.2

WEEK 2


Perception: Auditory



14 videos expand


  1. Video: 2.1.1 Center-Surround Receptive Field
  2. Video: 2.2.2 The LGN
  3. Video: 2.2.3 LGN and the visual pathway
  4. Video: 2.2.4 Simple and complex cells-I
  5. Video: 2.2.5 Simple and complex cells-II
  6. Video: 2.2.6 Colors
  7. Video: 2.2.1 Sound transduction-I
  8. Video: 2.2.2 Sound transduction-II
  9. Video: 2.2.3 Sound transduction-III
  10. Video: 2.2.4 Sound transduction-IV
  11. Video: 2.2.5 Sound transduction-V
  12. Video: 2.2.6 Auditory pathways and the tonotopic map
  13. Video: 2.2.7 Sound localization-I
  14. Video: 2.2.8 Sound localization-II

Graded: Quiz 2.1
Graded: Quiz 2.2

WEEK 3


Chemosensory system



16 videos expand


  1. Video: 3.1.1 The senses of chemoreception
  2. Video: 3.1.2 Olfactory organization
  3. Video: 3.1.3 Olfactory transduction
  4. Video: 3.1.4 Olfactory adaption
  5. Video: 3.1.5 Identification of odorant-receptor genes-I
  6. Video: 3.1.6 Identification of odorant-receptor genes-II
  7. Video: 3.1.7 Three models of olfactory organization
  8. Video: 3.2.1 Projection of the olfactory system
  9. Video: 3.2.2 Circuits in the olfactory bulb-I
  10. Video: 3.2.3 Circuits in the olfactory bulb-II
  11. Video: 3.2.4 Taste and taste receptors-I
  12. Video: 3.2.5 Taste and taste receptors-II
  13. Video: 3.2.6 Taste and taste receptors-III
  14. Video: 3.2.7 Taste and taste receptors-IV
  15. Video: 3.2.8 Taste transduction-I
  16. Video: 3.2.9 Taste transduction-II

Graded: Quiz 3.1
Graded: Quiz 3.2

WEEK 4


Touch and pain & Sleep amd arousal



17 videos expand


  1. Video: 4.1.1 Parallel organization of the somatosensory system-I
  2. Video: 4.1.2 Parallel organization of the somatosensory system-II
  3. Video: 4.1.3 Mechanosensory neurons
  4. Video: 4.1.4 Response properties: adaptation and stimuli & receptive field
  5. Video: 4.1.5 Mechanotransduction channels-I
  6. Video: 4.1.6 Mechanotransduction channels-II
  7. Video: 4.1.7 Somatosensory cortex & somatopic map-I
  8. Video: 4.1.8 Somatopic map-II, barrel cortex & pain regulation
  9. Video: 4.2.1 Sleep-I
  10. Video: 4.2.2 Sleep-II
  11. Video: 4.2.3 Sleep-III
  12. Video: 4.2.4 Sleep-IV
  13. Video: 4.2.5 Circadian and sleep homeostasis
  14. Video: 4.2.6 Sleep stage-I
  15. Video: 4.2.7 Sleep stage-II
  16. Video: 4.2.8 Summary of sleep studies
  17. Video: 4.2.9 Sleep/waking Flip-flop Model

Graded: Quiz 4.1
Graded: Quiz 4.2

WEEK 5


Movement and movement disorders I



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  1. Video: 5.1.1 Do you take movement for granted?
  2. Video: 5.1.2 Brain imaging and functional areas
  3. Video: 5.1.3 Review of the CNS and PNS and cortical homunculus
  4. Video: 5.1.4 Review of the cerebellum and basal nuclei
  5. Video: 5.1.5 Review of the cranial nerves
  6. Video: 5.1.6 Review of the cranial nerves
  7. Video: 5.1.7 Spinal cord discomfort
  8. Video: 5.2.1 The ladder-from molecules to animals
  9. Video: 5.2.2 Biology and disease—why do we biologists care about diseases?
  10. Video: 5.2.3 Why do we care so much about the 10% genetic forms of neurological diseases?
  11. Video: 5.2.4 Cellular functions—what are involved in neurological diseases?
  12. Video: 5.2.5 Recurring features in neurodegeneration
  13. Video: 5.2.6 Anatomic deficits of AD
  14. Video: 5.2.7 Cell death in AD
  15. Video: 5.2.8 Genes involved in AD
  16. Video: 5.2.9 Practice:what’s the situation in ALS?

Graded: Quiz 5.1
Graded: Quiz 5.2

WEEK 6


Movement and movement disorders II



9 videos expand


  1. Video: 6.1 The dopamine system
  2. Video: 6.2 Basal ganglia and its two pathways
  3. Video: 6.3 HD deficits in basal ganglia
  4. Video: 6.4 Anatomical deficits of HD
  5. Video: 6.5 CAG repeats in HD
  6. Video: 6.6 Are aggregations proper drug targets?
  7. Video: 6.7 Symptoms of PD
  8. Video: 6.8 Genes of familial PD
  9. Video: 6.9 Interventions of PD

Graded: Quiz 6

WEEK 7


Mood and mood disorders



9 videos expand


  1. Video: 7.1 Mood and emotions
  2. Video: 7.2 Autism
  3. Video: 7.3 Addiction
  4. Video: 7.4 Schizophrenia
  5. Video: 7.5 Depression
  6. Video: 7.6 Bipolar disorder
  7. Video: 7.7 Causes of mood disorders
  8. Video: 7.8 Treatment of depression and bipolar disorder
  9. Video: 7.9 Attention disorder

Graded: Quiz 7

WEEK 8


Gene and behavior



11 videos expand


  1. Video: 8.1 Introduction of behavior
  2. Video: 8.2 Bruce effect
  3. Video: 8.3 Definition of behavior
  4. Video: 8.4 Classification of behavior
  5. Video: 8.5 Clock
  6. Video: 8.6 Transcriptional feed back
  7. Video: 8.7 Photoentrainment
  8. Video: 8.8 Gene and sex Ⅰ
  9. Video: 8.9 Gene and sex Ⅱ
  10. Video: 8.10 Parabiosis
  11. Video: 8.11 Leptin

Graded: Quiz 8

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