Medical Neuroscience

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Explore the structure and function of the human central nervous system. Learn why knowledge of human neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neural plasticity, and new discovery in the brain sciences matters for clinical practice in the health professions.
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10/10 starsCompleted
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4 years, 6 months ago
I recommend this course for everyone specially medical student to support their learning of the nervous system and its disorders, really it was one of the most wonderful experiences of my life
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10/10 starsCompleted
1 year, 4 months ago
This course takes you on a fascinating journey through the human brain. Although there is a lot of material each week I enjoyed every minute of it. Prof. White is a very inspiring and truly exceptional lecturer. Some reviews say this course is hard which almost put me off, but I am so glad it didn't in the end. True, it is not the easiest of subjects and some effort is required to stay on track, but everything is so well structured and presented that the concepts are not difficult to follow. Whatever your background this course is a life enhancing experience!
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2 years, 1 month ago
An exceptionally well designed course from an excellent instructor. That said, people who are new to this field should not underestimate the time and effort required. A wonderful experience.
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Pierrette Mercier

10/10 starsCompleted
2 years, 3 months ago
This course in depth, and covers all aspect of neuroscience. It is university level. I recommend this course to anyone who has an interest in medical sciences. Dr White gives clear and pratical tutorials.
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3 years, 1 month ago
This is an outstanding course. There is so much content in the videos and lecture notes. In addition there are even more resources on the accompanying website learnmedicalneuroscience.nl that has been put together by one of the course mentors. This is a challenging MOOC, which last 13 weeks, be prepared to put some time and effort into this. But the effort will be rewarded with a fantastic learning experience. I would say the information is at the University level, so although you don't need any previous knowledge of neuroscience, if you know don't know anything about human biology you may stuggle. Having said that, it is a very supportive learning environment with mentors answering questions on the forums and Prof. White answering questions directly on google hangouts. Prof. White is a great teacher and his enthusiasm and passion for neuroscience and educating others is readily apparent. I would not hesitate to sig... This is an outstanding course. There is so much content in the videos and lecture notes. In addition there are even more resources on the accompanying website learnmedicalneuroscience.nl that has been put together by one of the course mentors. This is a challenging MOOC, which last 13 weeks, be prepared to put some time and effort into this. But the effort will be rewarded with a fantastic learning experience. I would say the information is at the University level, so although you don't need any previous knowledge of neuroscience, if you know don't know anything about human biology you may stuggle. Having said that, it is a very supportive learning environment with mentors answering questions on the forums and Prof. White answering questions directly on google hangouts. Prof. White is a great teacher and his enthusiasm and passion for neuroscience and educating others is readily apparent. I would not hesitate to sign up to any other courses developed by this team.
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10/10 starsCompleted
3 years, 1 month ago
I have just completed Len White's "Medical Neuroscience" MOOC on Coursera. Having taken nearly every neuroscience MOOC available anywhere, I can say that two stand out as exceptional and this is one of them (the other one is MCB80x Fundamentals of Neuroscience on edX). Although I signed up for the verified certificate, you can just audit the course if you wish, and you get an incredible amount of information for free: over 45 hours of lectures, detailed lecture notes, links to animations, a discussion forum to ask questions and hang out with your classmates, and there is even a companion website created by one of the TA's full of information, links to external sites and study tips. The Professor explains things in enough depth to build a solid understanding of the nervous system, but without overloading the student with unnecessary medical jargon. He has a very visual teaching style, making liberal use of diagrams and illustrations,... I have just completed Len White's "Medical Neuroscience" MOOC on Coursera. Having taken nearly every neuroscience MOOC available anywhere, I can say that two stand out as exceptional and this is one of them (the other one is MCB80x Fundamentals of Neuroscience on edX). Although I signed up for the verified certificate, you can just audit the course if you wish, and you get an incredible amount of information for free: over 45 hours of lectures, detailed lecture notes, links to animations, a discussion forum to ask questions and hang out with your classmates, and there is even a companion website created by one of the TA's full of information, links to external sites and study tips. The Professor explains things in enough depth to build a solid understanding of the nervous system, but without overloading the student with unnecessary medical jargon. He has a very visual teaching style, making liberal use of diagrams and illustrations, which are all thoroughly and patiently explained. In addition, you get to see real laboratory brain dissections to add realism to what is being taught. Not for the faint-hearted, but well worth it if you are thinking of studying neuroscience at college or a keen lay neuroscience enthusiast.
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10/10 starsCompleted
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3 years, 1 month ago
11/10. Very useful and exciting! Dr. White is a very talanted educator. Course is perfectly structured and despite it's lenght it is not boring! Don't think, GO, study!:)
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10/10 starsTaking Now
3 years, 2 months ago
Having no medical background or school qualifications , this is my second attempt at this fantastic course ,Professor len White is amazing , i suspect he is really a robot lol as his knowledge is incredicble , and the laid back way he presents the course is 1st class,as is the structure and format of courseras. Presentation , the content and video presentation together with lab are second to none This year is my 2nd attempt and i have passed 5 weeks so far ,so if i can do it anyone can .... The only let down is the really hard difficulty in contacting coursera as there are no mail links or contact forms on the site that can be found without a lot of messing about (COURSERA REALLY MUST CHANGE THIS ) as many entrys on the inernet have been made about this fault ...it will stop users in the future which is a pity as the course and other aspects with coursera are excellent , includinghelp when you finally finana help e mail syst... Having no medical background or school qualifications , this is my second attempt at this fantastic course ,Professor len White is amazing , i suspect he is really a robot lol as his knowledge is incredicble , and the laid back way he presents the course is 1st class,as is the structure and format of courseras. Presentation , the content and video presentation together with lab are second to none This year is my 2nd attempt and i have passed 5 weeks so far ,so if i can do it anyone can .... The only let down is the really hard difficulty in contacting coursera as there are no mail links or contact forms on the site that can be found without a lot of messing about (COURSERA REALLY MUST CHANGE THIS ) as many entrys on the inernet have been made about this fault ...it will stop users in the future which is a pity as the course and other aspects with coursera are excellent , includinghelp when you finally finana help e mail system !!!!
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10/10 starsCompleted
3 years, 2 months ago
Great course! I will recommend it to anyone interested in neuroscience. The course is long and information dense. I will take effort and determination to finish. But it is worth it.
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10/10 starsCompleted
3 years, 4 months ago
If you are looking to learn from a gifted professor, if you want to walk away with a lot of knowledge, if you need a new way of looking at neuroscience, or if you want to be hooked on the subject, look no further. The large international community of learners is really friendly and motivated, too, so as a bonus, you may find new friendships. Dr. White (Len) needs to be a name as familiar to neuroscience as Dr. Goljan to pathology or Dr. Fischer to internal medicine, and you will see why when things just click in your head and when you finish with more understanding than from other courses; he is just such a great teacher. A glimpse of his brilliance as an instructor is when a learner walks away successfully with the knowledge of a medical student and can apply that to research or a clinical situation. The examples that Professor White lectures stuck in my head; the pictures he selects or the ones he draws are easy to recall. Neur... If you are looking to learn from a gifted professor, if you want to walk away with a lot of knowledge, if you need a new way of looking at neuroscience, or if you want to be hooked on the subject, look no further. The large international community of learners is really friendly and motivated, too, so as a bonus, you may find new friendships. Dr. White (Len) needs to be a name as familiar to neuroscience as Dr. Goljan to pathology or Dr. Fischer to internal medicine, and you will see why when things just click in your head and when you finish with more understanding than from other courses; he is just such a great teacher. A glimpse of his brilliance as an instructor is when a learner walks away successfully with the knowledge of a medical student and can apply that to research or a clinical situation. The examples that Professor White lectures stuck in my head; the pictures he selects or the ones he draws are easy to recall. Neuroscience is a visual subject as much as it is knowledge-based, and this course stresses and utilizes both. Professor’s White unique talents are 1) to seamlessly repeat an important concept always in a fresh way and 2) to predict the learners’ struggles and confusions and address them. It is no wonder that students at his school honored Len with prestigious teaching awards. You can easily see Dr. White’s excitement for neuroscience and his passion for teaching. Simply a blessing that most of the world is free to learn from him. Two other rare features stand out about this course: heavily involved teaching assistants, such as Ellen, and detailed unit notes. In summary, while this is the most demanding and lengthy course on Coursera (I felt the speed of the course was just right), it is also the most rewarding. Duke University has continuously proved to be a great school to take class via Coursera.
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3 years, 7 months ago
This is my 10th Coursera course and it has been the best one so far. Dr. White is a superb lecturer and the materials are very well organized and work well together. This has also been the most challenging course, with a commitment requirement very similar to an equivalent university class. The discussion groups are also quite active and there is a real social component that is missing in many other online classes.
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3 years, 6 months ago
I have found this Course very instructive, deeply worked through, very professionally given, with many pupils and participants eager to collaborate and add up to the immense sum of knowledge and suggestions for research expressed in this passionate field of Neuroscience. Cheers up for Prof. Len White, Ellen von-Wise, and the remainder of instructors and participants!
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10/10 starsCompleted
3 years, 6 months ago
A challenging and brilliantly presented course, well structured and with an excellent support staff and Forum for discussion within a worldwide community. Dr White is an amazing teacher, very involved in the subject matter and has brilliant educative and communicating skills for a very varied audience of students, both professional and non-professional. Hard work and consistent study is a necessary pre-requisite, and as for the content, it is in depth material but presented with clarity and enthusiasm. Highly recommended. A highly enriching experience.
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3 years, 7 months ago
Incomparably one the most rewarding and educational courses and learning programs, I've ever encountered! Reaching the finish line with such an outcome of knowledge, is not only based on one's hard work (and do expect that's what it takes!), but also to a high extend, how the learning material is passed on to the student. The course is spectacular in it's structure and organization to give the best outcome, if you work for it. The learning is provided by a remarkably proficient and sympathetic professor, Prof.White and a just as remarkable staff behind him. We are a huge worldwide community, who are very devoted to Prof.White - so brace your brain and mind for the impact!
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10/10 starsCompleted
3 years, 7 months ago
Excellent course. Clearly presented, well explained, content very pertinent. Prof White is fabulous. This makes a great intro or a great refresher for this topic.
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10/10 starsCompleted
3 years, 7 months ago
I recently finished taking the Coursera Medical Neuroscience course from Duke U (NeuroMed) is really a wonderful course experience, Massive content, well presented, the instructor Prof. Leonard White, is engaging and has amazing talent for teaching the subject and the quality of the course materials is nothing short of remarkable. I learned so much and truly appreciate the support of the staff & TAs, Ellen everyone was dedicated to the students & answered most every question and provided excellent advice & encouragement through out. This course will be a formative educational influence in your life if you decide to take up the challenge of the toughest course on the Internet and I recommend it without any hesitation.
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3 years, 7 months ago
One of the best - albeit hardest - courses offered by Coursera. The course content, as an introductory overview to the field of neuroscience, is very broad (the video lectures are lengthy, and a chore to sit through). The exam integrates material from different course units (i.e. tests your ability to integrate material learnt in different course units). The 2016 cohort year will be the last time it is offered with the Statement of Accomplishment. I am glad that I completed it.
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3 years, 7 months ago
I cannot express completely how amazed and humbled I am by learning about all of the concepts analyzed in the class. I don't know where to start from but at least this: it is not easy MOOC, which I love and appreciate. Seeing real brains it's cool! The instructor is reaaaally nice and admirable, he gives the lectures as real classes not reading some script, and that makes it more real-class experience. I have no complaints about the course at all, only that I'd love a 2nd round and maybe... 1-2 weeks more for the lectures --> peer assessments (as the quizzes are open till the end of the course).
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3 years, 7 months ago
Everything about the course is fantastic, especially the clinical cases and practical, applied and functional systems knowledge presented. One thing that grates on me a little bit is the non-equivalent difficulty level of some of the quizzes presented within the same units (assuming you are presented the option to take it multiple times for best score in the first three without penalty). Some are significantly more difficult than others within the same unit. Therefore it is very important to be well-prepared before taking any of the quizzes because if you happen to get the easier ones first you will have to strike while the iron is hot especially if you are taking signature track or wish to get a certificate with distinction. You may not see that ease of difficulty if you take it multiple times if presented with an easier one first.
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10/10 starsCompleted
3 years, 7 months ago
Great course. Dr. White (Instructor), TAs, and the entire global learning community has made this a simply outstanding educational experience. Well done and I look forward to completion of future coursework leading to the specialization in medical neuroscience provided through Duke University. Thanks again to all involved.
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10/10 starsCompleted
4 years, 6 months ago
Very interesting and challenging course that kept me completely engaged all four months. It gave an in depth knowledge on brain anatomy showing real brains in many sections along with an interactive atlas of neuroanatomy. Thanks a lot, Dr White, for your excellent lectures and tutorial notes!
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10/10 starsCompleted
4 years, 6 months ago
Great course. I already knew a lot about anatomy and I still found new things I did not know about. This will be a great resource for me in the future too.
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10/10 starsCompleted
4 years, 6 months ago
This was an absolutely wonderful course. This session, it consisted of six major sections, each with up to 40 separate video tutorials. These generally were in the 10 - 20 minute range each. The tutorials were all taught by Dr Leonard White, who is a particularly articulate speaker. His passion for, and knowledge of, the subject is very apparent. His style is moderately informal and friendly, always understandable. There are many slides with a whiteboard capability which he uses throughout. There is an introductory section with a "pre-test" to estimate students' capability for the course, but that should not put anyone off. Following each subsequent section there is a quiz, which is multiple choice. Students have generally 5 attempts at each quiz, with immediate feedback as to which questions were correct and which were incorrect (the course final exam is somewhat different). There were also two peer assessments, one graded and ... This was an absolutely wonderful course. This session, it consisted of six major sections, each with up to 40 separate video tutorials. These generally were in the 10 - 20 minute range each. The tutorials were all taught by Dr Leonard White, who is a particularly articulate speaker. His passion for, and knowledge of, the subject is very apparent. His style is moderately informal and friendly, always understandable. There are many slides with a whiteboard capability which he uses throughout. There is an introductory section with a "pre-test" to estimate students' capability for the course, but that should not put anyone off. Following each subsequent section there is a quiz, which is multiple choice. Students have generally 5 attempts at each quiz, with immediate feedback as to which questions were correct and which were incorrect (the course final exam is somewhat different). There were also two peer assessments, one graded and one not, only covering early sections. The course final was interesting and included a number of clinical cases testing one's application of the knowledge presented. There were two course "hangouts" which were online sessions with course participants. Unfortunately this technology is less than optimum, with audio and video issues, and did not seem to be particularly well used by participants. There was a robust course forum, staffed by community TAs with obviously extensive knowledge of neuroscience, with a number of sections that were put to good use by students. Resources to assist students with the course were many, generally easily accessed through the course sidebar on the website, many free. However, the most helpful resources, including the textbook, Neuroscience, and the online atlas, Sylvius, were an extra expense. I found Sylvius helpful but rudimentary and lacking some of the features that Dr White demonstrated in his lectures (this was explained to me as due to the switch from a previously DVD-based format to the online one). It cost about $25 for a year's subscription. I did not buy the textbook but in retrospect wish I had. Most of the illustrations used in the course were from the text, and while one could find them in the lectures, it was a real pain to do so after the fact; I resorted later to taking screenshots of many so that I could refer back to them. I think it would have been much easier to have had the text to refer to and read in concert with the video tutorials. Dr White and his staff provided tutorial notes covering all of the video lectures. When referred to separately, they were somewhat difficult to follow. I would recommend students print them out (admittedly an expense) and refer to them while initially watching the tutorials, so that individual notes could be taken directly on them. Another option would be to have a separate computer screen for the notes, but that is probably beyond the means of most. I think Dr White's estimate that the course requires approximately 15 - 20 hours per week of study is generally accurate. Someone with a prior background in the subject could likely get by with simply watching the videos, and reviewing the notes, but this still will take 5 - 10 hours. There is a section of the sidebar labelled "Keeping Pace" which is very helpful given the demands of the couse. In summary, this is a superb course, easily equal to anything offered on the subject and taught directly in a university setting. I highly recommend it. Kudos to Dr White and his colleagues!
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10/10 starsCompleted
4 years, 3 months ago
I've been attending different online courses for two years now and this one is most certainly the best course I've been privileged to attend so far. The course isn't easy one, but so is the topic of the course, especially for a person who had only basic knowledge about it at the beginning. Since my interest in neuroscience has no connection to my profession field I allowed myself to skip some of tests and task but faithfully watched all video tutorials. It has amazing and rich content and provides not only a brief introduction like most of courses on this topic but allows to dive into subject and explore more difficult and complex themes. The course was a real challenge to me but I truly loved it.
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10/10 starsCompleted
4 years, 6 months ago
Absolutely phenomenal teacher . I was so much hooked on to the course just because Dr .White 's teaching . Unfortunately I didn't get to spend more time and look forward to join the course . I applaud his whole team for the flawless presentation ,and the material so well organised ,even non techy person like me were able to use the teaching material . A great learning exeperience indeed!
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10/10 starsCompleted
4 years, 6 months ago
I so enjoyed this challenging, stimulating and inspiring course delivered with such enthusiasm and generosity. It was worth all the hard work - particularly starting a week late as you start during our summer holidays and it was hard being inside with the computer looking at the sunshine outdoors, and with various life goings-ons I regretted not giving as much time to this as I anticipated but I enjoyed every minute I was able to put in :) I'm a physiotherapist with an interest in falls prevention and vestibular rehabilitation and a background in rehabilitation after stroke and trauma, and this course has given such a depth to the workings of the brain and body, far beyond anything taught in my undergrad years (admittedly many moons ago). I loved the way you brought together all the threads of the basic functional neuroanatomy and sensorimotor function with the more nuanced emotional creative mindfulness that drives our behaviour ... I so enjoyed this challenging, stimulating and inspiring course delivered with such enthusiasm and generosity. It was worth all the hard work - particularly starting a week late as you start during our summer holidays and it was hard being inside with the computer looking at the sunshine outdoors, and with various life goings-ons I regretted not giving as much time to this as I anticipated but I enjoyed every minute I was able to put in :) I'm a physiotherapist with an interest in falls prevention and vestibular rehabilitation and a background in rehabilitation after stroke and trauma, and this course has given such a depth to the workings of the brain and body, far beyond anything taught in my undergrad years (admittedly many moons ago). I loved the way you brought together all the threads of the basic functional neuroanatomy and sensorimotor function with the more nuanced emotional creative mindfulness that drives our behaviour and makes us human. It was particularly encouraging to hear your thoughts and given some of the physiology and neurobiology behind the brains' capacity for continued change and repair during life....clearly lots of scope for further study/investigation which is exciting. Thank you all so much again for a wonderful course - I have recommended it to colleagues so I do hope you will hold it again
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10/10 starsCompleted
4 years, 6 months ago
This is the most amazing course I have taken not merely in Coursera but in my life. Dr. White arranged the lectures so that my knowledge of the subject grew gradually, always based on the foundation of previous material. The lectures were stupendous, informative and personal. Dr. White is a natural with the camera, and it was a pleasure to share in his joy about the nature and complexity of the human brain. I hope to take every course Dr. White teaches.
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10/10 starsCompleted
4 years, 6 months ago
Amazing Course, detailed, insightful. Requires quite a lot of effort, but in the end, if its the brain you wanna learn about, then this is the course for you. Dr Leonard White is an amazing instructor and he will set you on the path to Medical Neuroscience. Though it may seem daunting and challenging, its achievable. Rest assured, I completed this course with Distinction and am happy I gave the effort into it.
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10/10 starsCompleted
4 years, 6 months ago
The course was comprehensive and complex, but beautifully presented by an instructor who obviously enjoys both the subject and the art of teaching. I loved the videos shot in different locations, indoors and out; living in a snowbound country for the duration of my study period, it was heartening to listen to the birds singing in the background and see grass instead of the swirling snow outside my window. I would recommend this course to anyone who wants to explore the fascinating world of the human brain and is willing to work hard to do it.
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10/10 starsCompleted
4 years, 6 months ago
Outstanding course ( but hard!) and great teachers helping us pull through. Very difficult to learn the knowledge without the quality clear lectures and info sheets.
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