Resolution Of June 22, 2012, Of The Universidad Autónoma De Madrid, Which Publishes Curriculum Of Master In Neuroscience.

Original Language Title: Resolución de 22 de junio de 2012, de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, por la que se publica el plan de estudios de Máster en Neurociencia.

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Obtained the verification of the curriculum by the universities Council, prior favourable report from the National Agency for quality assessment and accreditation, as well as the authorization of the autonomous community of Madrid, and established the official nature of the title by agreement of the Council of Ministers of 22 July 2011 (published in the «Official Gazette» on September 19, 2011) , This Chancellor, in accordance with the provisions of article 35 of the organic law 6/2001, of universities, in the wording given by the organic law 4/2007, resolved to publish the plan of studies leading to the award of the official title of Master's degree in neuroscience, which will be structured as shown in the annex to this resolution.

Madrid, 22 June 2012.-the Rector, José María Sanz Martínez.

Annex University autonomous of MADRID Plan of studies leading to the title of Master in neuroscience branch of knowledge: Sciences 5.1 structure of table 1 teachings. Distribution of curriculum in ECTS by type of material.




Type of matter credits mandatory 35 electives 35 working end of Master 20 Total 90 table 2. Outline of the curriculum.




Subject module credits ECTS courses fundamental character.





Basic course of Neuroscience: the nervous system of mammals.





6 mandatory.






Systems neuroscience.





6 mandatory.






Cellular neurobiology. Physiology of excitable membranes.





6 mandatory.






Neurobiology of development.





6 mandatory.






Neurobiology of the behavioural processes.





3 mandatory.






Research techniques in neuroscience.





4 compulsory.






Forefront of neuroscience.





4 compulsory.






Academic and research specialization courses.





Neuroimmunology.





6 optional.






Neuroendocrinology.





5 optional.






Molecular and cellular basis of hearing and Vision.





5 optional.






Sexual dimorphism in the brain and sexual and maternal behavior.





3 optional.






Plasticity of the immature brain injured.





3 optional.






Bases molecular Neurodegeneration.





5 optional.






Neurodegeneration and cell biology of the neurodegenerative diseases.





5 optional.






Neurobiology of aging brain and nervous system diseases.





6 optional.






Neurobiology of pain.





5 optional.






Neurobiology of sleep and its disorders.





6 optional.






Neuropsychology of development.





3 optional.






Modeling and analysis of activity in neuroscience.





5 optional.






Courses of a methodological nature.





Introduction to the stereological techniques in histology and Neurobiology.





5 optional.






Characterization of neurotransmitters and CNS and SNP neuroactive substances: IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY, biochemistry and molecular biology.





6 optional.






Acquisition and processing of signals neurobiological.





6 optional.






Design of experiments and training for the use of animals in laboratory (category B).





6 optional.






End of Master work.





End of Master work.





20. end of Master work.

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