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Gero Lecture Schedule

Gero Lecture Schedule - WEEK 2-4 1 CELLULAR THEORIES ON...

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WEEK 2-4 1. CELLULAR THEORIES ON AGING – Clincal Foundations!!!!!!!!!!!! 2. CNS AND AGING: GLIA AND NEURONS Jan 18,20,25, Stress, hormones and aging 27 Oxidative metabolism and aging Calcium theory on aging Neurotrophins and aging Nerve cell function and aging Glial cell function and aging WEEK 4-7 ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN, SPINAL CORD, AUTONOMIC, CRANIAL NERVES - AGING Feb 1 Gross anatomy of the brain, meninges and blood supply Feb 3,8,10 Vascular aging and age-related disease - Stroke and head injury Feb 15,17 Spinal cord and autonomic nervous system February 22 REVIEW FOR MIDTERM 1 WEEK 7 MIDTERM 1 (Aging theory though spinal cord) Feb 24 Week 8 Imaging techniques for brain, vascular and spinal cord injury March 1,3 Ultrasound, X-ray, CAT scan, MRI, fMRI, PET WEEK 9-11 SENSORY SYSTEMS (peripheral nervous system) AND AGING March 8-10 Vision and visual defects with aging and disease March 22,24 Auditory system and vestibular system aging Touch, taste and smell WEEK 10 SPRING BREAK MARCH 14-19 March 29 – Midterm II review WEEK 12
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