ANAT 312 / BMED 812 - Functional Neuroanatomy
Course Coordinator: Leslie W. MacKenzie
Study of the structure and function of the nervous system by lectures, hands-on laboratories, brain dissection, and readings. Topics include, but are not limited to, sensory and motor systems, brain imaging, and clinical examples.
This course can serve as a prerequisite for all other Neuroscience courses.
RECOMMENDED TEXTS FOR ANATOMY 312*/812*
A. The Human Brain: An Introduction to its Functional Anatomy 7th Edition - by John Nolte, Mosby press.
B. A Student’s Atlas of Neuroanatomy - by Hendelman and Morrissay, University of Ottawa Press.
C. A Collection of Human Neuroanatomy Images - by Andrew et al., Queen’s University Campus Bookstore.
This collection contains labelled photographs of most of the neuroanatomy specimens in the Anatomy Museum.
Queen’s Official Grade Conversion Scale
Grade Numerical Course Average (Range)
F 49 and below