Ph.D Neurology

Academics & research Medicine & Allied Healthcare
  • Duration
    5 Years
  • Level
    Doctorate
  • Programme
    Doctorate
  • Study Mode
    Full Time

Course Description

Phd Neurology is a course that provides an in-depth knowledge about neurology and also explores the field of biology which is a combination of life sciences, ancillary, Biochemistry and Health Sciences. The course curriculum covers topics such as Cellular, Molecular & Developmental Neuroscience, Circuits, Systems and Computational Neuroscience, membrane physiology, ion channel and neurotransmitter receptor physiology, synaptic physiology and plasticity, sensory transduction, embryonic and postembryonic development of invertebrate and vertebrate nervous systems, Principles of animal development in vertebrates and invertebrates. Induction, localization, patterning mutants, axis formation, regional gene expression, and cell interactions, Genetic analysis as applied to eukaryotic organisms, including yeast, nematodes, Drosophila, mice and humans. Isolation and analysis of mutations, gene mapping, suppressor analysis, chromosome structure, control of gene expression, and developmental genetics, etc.

Eligibility

The candidate should have Masters or M.Phil. degree in relevant stream from a recognized university with an aggregate of 55% marks and also with valid Ph.D. entrance test (e.g. GATE, NET etc) along with the interview.

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