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2021-自學課程-細胞神經科學(7-12月)

腦科學為21世紀最重要的研究領域,而神經科學即是腦科學的基礎。本課程將介紹神經細胞的基本構造與功能、神經訊號的產生與傳遞、神經細胞間的溝通與塑性、神經細胞的發育與改變、神經系統的退化與再生。

2021-自學課程-細胞神經科學(7-12月)

講師: 焦傳金

腦科學為21世紀最重要的研究領域,而神經科學即是腦科學的基礎。本課程將介紹神經細胞的基本構造與功能、神經訊號的產生與傳遞、神經細胞間的溝通與塑性、神經細胞的發育與改變、神經系統的退化與再生。

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  • 154 個學生
  • 報名時間:
    2021/05/31 - 2021/12/31
  • 開課時間:
    2021/06/01 - 2021/12/31

  • 課程費用: 免費
    • 腦科學為21世紀最重要的研究領域,而神經科學即是腦科學的基礎。本課程將介紹神經細胞的基本構造與功能、神經訊號的產生與傳遞、神經細胞間的溝通與塑性、神經細胞的發育與改變、神經系統的退化與再生。藉由重要觀念的解說與實驗數據的分析,本課程期望所有修習的學生都能對神經細胞的特性有充分的瞭解,做為探索腦功能的重要基礎。

       

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    • * 以下章節為預覽,請點報名後點選開始上課,進入課程
      • Week 1. Fundamental properties of neurons
        • Unit 1-1.Nerve cells and neural circuitry
        • 1-1Quiz
        • Unit 1-2 .Cell biology of neurons
        • 1-2Quiz
        • Unit 1-3.Structure and function of glial cells
        • 1-3Quiz
        • Unit 1-4 . Membrane potential of the neuron
        • 1-4Quiz
        • Unit 1-5.Equivalent circuit of the membrane potential
        • 1-5Quiz
        • Unit 1-6.Electrotonic potential of the neuron
        • 1-6Quiz
        • Unit 1-7.Diverse types of ion channels
        • 1-7Quiz
        • Unit 1-8.Molecular basis of ion channels
        • 1-8Quiz
        • Unit 1-9. Structure biology of ion channels
        • 1-9Quiz
      • Week 2. Transmission of neural signals
        • Unit 2-1. Ionic basis of action potential
        • 2-1Quiz
        • Unit 2-2. Conductance change during action potential
        • 2-2Quiz
        • Unit 2-3. Gating mechanism of voltage-gated ion channels
        • 2-3Quiz
        • Unit 2-4. Diverse voltage-gated ion channels determine action potential patterns
        • 2-4Quiz
        • Unit 2-5. Propagation of action potential
        • 2-5Quiz
        • Unit 2-6. Neural signal transmission across electrical synapses
        • 2-6Quiz
        • Unit 2-7. Structure and function of electrical synapses
        • 2-7Quiz
        • Unit 2-8. Neural signal transmission across chemical synapses
        • 2-8Quiz
      • Week 3. Synaptic transmission: mechanisms
        • Unit 3-1.The nerve-muscle synapse end-plate potential
        • 3-1Quiz
        • Unit 3-2.The time course of the end-plate potential
        • 3-2Quiz
        • Unit 3-3.Current through single acetylcholine receptor-channels
        • 3-3Quiz
        • Unit 3-4.Structure of acetylcholine receptor-channels
        • 3-4Quiz
        • Unit 3-5.Synaptic transmission in the central nervous system
        • 3-5Quiz
        • Unit 3-6.Excitatory synaptic transmission in central neurons
        • 3-6Quiz
        • Unit 3-7.Inhibitory synaptic transmission in central neurons
        • 3-7Quiz
        • Unit 3-8.Synaptic integration in the central nervous system
        • 3-8Quiz
      • Week 4. Synaptic transmission: neurotransmitters
        • Unit 4-1.Transmitter release is triggered by depolarization and calcium influx
        • 4-1Quiz
        • Unit 4-2.Synaptic vesicles and quantal release
        • 4-2Quiz
        • Unit 4-3.The synaptic vesicle cycle
        • 4-3Quiz
        • Unit 4-4. Modulation of transmitter release
        • 4-4Quiz
        • Unit 4-5.Small-molecule transmitters: acetylcholine
        • 4-5Quiz
        • Unit 4-6.Small-molecule transmitters: biogenic amines and amino acids
        • 4-6Quiz
        • Unit 4-7.Scene stabilization during saccades
        • 4-7Quiz
        • Unit 4-8.Diseases of synaptic transmission
        • 4-8Quiz
      • Week 5. Synaptic transmission: plasticity
        • Unit 5-1.G protein-coupled receptors and second messengers
        • 5-1Quiz
        • Unit 5-2. Modulation of synaptic transmission
        • 5-2Quiz
        • Unit 5-3. Long-lasting effects of synaptic transmission
        • 5-3Quiz
        • Unit 5-4. Short-term storage of implicit memory
        • 5-4Quiz
        • Unit 5-5. Long-term storage of implicit memory
        • 5-5Quiz
        • Unit 5-6. Working memory and long-term potentiation in the hippocampus
        • 5-6Quiz
        • Unit 5-7. Hebbian learning rule and early/late phases of long-term potentiation
        • 5-7Quiz
        • Unit 5-8. Spatial learning and long-term memory
        • 5-8Quiz
      • Week 6. Development of neurons
        • Unit 6-1. Patterning of the neural tube
        • 6-1Quiz
        • Unit 6-2.? Regionalization and functional subtypes of neurons
        • 6-2Quiz
        • Unit 6-3.? Proliferation, differentiation, and neuronal cell fate
        • 6-3Quiz
        • Unit 6-4.? Migration, differentiation, and the neurotransmitter phenotype of neurons
        • 6-4Quiz
        • Unit 6-5. Survival and apoptosis of neurons
        • 6-5Quiz
        • Unit 6-6. Establishment of neuronal polarity
        • 6-6Quiz
        • Unit 6-7.? The growth cone of axon
        • 6-7Quiz
        • Unit 6-8. Molecular cues of axon guidance
        • 6-8Quiz
      • Week 7. Development of synapses
        • Unit 7-1.Growth of retinal ganglion axons
        • Quiz7-1
        • Unit 7-2.?Midline crossing of spinal neuron axons
        • Quiz7-2
        • Unit 7-3.Recognition of synaptic targets
        • Quiz7-3
        • Unit 7-4.?Synaptic differentiation in neuromuscular junction
        • Quiz7-4
        • Unit 7-5.Synaptic differentiation in central neurons and synapse elimination in neuromuscular junctions
        • Quiz7-5
        • Unit 7-6.Experience-dependent development of binocular circuits
        • Quiz7-6
        • Unit 7-7.?Reorganization of visual circuits in a critical period
        • Quiz7-7
        • Unit 7-8.?Activity-dependent refinement of auditory maps
        • Quiz7-8
      • Week 8. Degeneration and regeneration of neurons
        • Unit 8-1.Axon degeneration and regeneration
        • Quiz8-1
        • Unit 8-2.Regeneration of injured central neurons
        • Quiz8-2
        • Unit 8-3.Neurogenesis in the central nervous system
        • Quiz8-3
        • Unit 8-4.Regenerative therapies
        • Quiz8-4
        • Unit 8-5.Trinucleotide repeat diseases
        • Quiz8-5
        • Unit 8-6.Parkinson disease
        • Quiz8-6
        • Unit 8-7.The aging brain
        • Quiz8-7
        • Unit 8-8.Alzheimer disease
        • Quiz8-8
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      焦傳金


      國立清華大學生命科學系 教授


      聯絡方式: ccchiao@life.nthu.edu.tw

      研究專長

      視覺科學、神經行為學、視網膜生理學

      學歷

      馬里蘭大學生物科學系博士

      經歷

      國立清華大學教務長

      國立清華大學系統神經科學研究所所長

      國立清華大學教學發展中心主任

      哈佛大學醫學院博士後研究員

    • 指定用書

      Eric R. Kandel, James H. Schwartz, Thomas M. Jessell, Steven A. Siegelbaum and A. J. Hudspeth, Principles of Neural Science, 5th Ed., 2012.

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      參考資料

      1. Dale Purves, George J. Augustine, David Fitzpatrick and William C. Hall, Neuroscience, 5th Ed., 2011.
      2. Larry Squire, Darwin Berg, Floyd E. Bloom and Sascha du Lac, Fundamental Neuroscience, 4th Ed., 2012.
      3. John G. Nicholls, A. Robert Martin, Paul A. Fuchs and David A. Brown, From Neuron to Brain, 5th Ed., 2011.

      先修課程

      具備生物學基本概念即可

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