Structural and functional neuroanatomy course for neurology, psychiatry and neuroscience

Course Overview

This is a more advanced structural and functional neuroanatomy course, presented in a very clear, logical and memorable style.

Focuses on the limbic lobe, hippocampus, amygdala, prefrontal cortex and ‘limbic’ loops of the basal ganglia
Includes the basal forebrain / substantia innominata, ‘extended amygdala’ and diffuse neurochemical systems
Emphasises core limbic brain structures of central importance in clinical neurology, psychiatry and the imaging neurosciences
Course director:
Dr Paul Johns, BSc BM MSc FAcadMEd FRCPath

Course fee: £295

(2-day course, includes refreshments and course handbook)

Mean feedback score (Aug 2016): 4.9/5.0

Who is the course suitable for?

Anyone with an interest in the anatomical basis of emotion, cognition, memory and behaviour, including:

– NHS consultants and trainees (all grades), medical students and related Healthcare professionals in psychiatry, clinical neurology / neurosciences

– Trainees in neurology, psychiatry and neurosurgery

– neuroscientists, psychologists and imaging scientists interested in or conducting research in emotion, cognition, memory or behaviour

Read a review

This is a new 2-day programme which has been developed and expanded from our popular 1-day course “Neuroanatomy for Psychiatry” to include additional material suitable for a much wider audience within clinical neurology, psychiatry – and the imaging neurosciences.

The original course has been reviewed by Dr Afsaneh Tajer (Consultant Neuropsychiatrist, National Centre for Brain Injury Rehabilitation) in the newsletter of the British Neuropsychiatry Association (BNPA).