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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeFall

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Rubrospinal Tract, Reticular Formation, Vestibulospinal Tract

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15 Oct 2019
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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeFall

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Olfactory Bulb, Olfactory Receptor, Olfactory Nerve

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15 Oct 2019
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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeFall

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Reciprocal Inhibition, Stretch Reflex, Brainstem

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15 Oct 2019
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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeFall

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lamellar Corpuscle, Dorsal Root Ganglion, Mechanoreceptor

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15 Oct 2019
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UTSGPSL300H1Nohjin KeeFall

PSL300H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stretch Reflex, Muscle Spindle, Motor Neuron

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15 Oct 2019
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UTSGPCL102H1Rebecca LaposaWinter

PCL102H1 Lecture 20: The Conflict Between Making Money and Saving Lives

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4 May 2019
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Lecture 20: the conflict between making money and saving lives. Pharma has different challenges then other companies; this is because there is a high r
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UTSGPCL102H1Rebecca LaposaWinter

PCL102H1 Lecture 18: Innovation and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Drug Development

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4 May 2019
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Lecture 18: innovation and artificial intelligence (ai) in drug development. Can ai be used to shorten the time for drug development: preclinical drug
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UTSGPCL102H1Rebecca LaposaWinter

PCL102H1 Lecture 22: A History of the Future of Drug Discovery

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4 May 2019
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Lecture 22: a history of the future of drug. Right now, nothing is undruggable all we need is a target and technology will do the rest: a target is usu
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UTSGPCL102H1Rebecca LaposaWinter

PCL102H1 Lecture 19: Male Contraceptives

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4 May 2019
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Male birth control is on the way however several factors including; lack of interest, misinformation about the acceptability of male contraceptives, an
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UTSGPCL102H1Rebecca LaposaWinter

PCL102H1 Lecture 17: Clinical Trials in Global Health and Special Populations

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4 May 2019
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Lecture 17: clinical trials in global health and special populations. Nds affect pop in low-income countries, such that over 1 billion people suffer fr
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UTSGESS105H1Selina WuWinter

ESS105H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Metamorphic Rock, Arthur Holmes, Geiger Counter

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21 Apr 2019
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Lecture 8: geological time & geological history of canada. James hutton is the pioneer of modern geology because he realized the features of the earth:
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UTSGESS105H1Selina WuWinter

ESS105H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Economic Geology, Kerogen, Zagros Mountains

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21 Apr 2019
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Economic geology: specialize in earth materials that can be used for economic and/or industrial purposes: these materials include precious and base met
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UTSGESS105H1Selina WuWinter

ESS105H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Clay Minerals, Calcite, Hematite

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21 Apr 2019
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UTSGESS105H1Selina WuWinter

ESS105H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sea Breeze, Rain Shadow, Cool Air

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21 Apr 2019
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Weather: the state of the atmosphere at a specfic time (i. e. short-term variations) Considering this, one isolated event might be normal (e. g. heat w
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UTSGESS105H1Selina WuWinter

ESS105H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Plate Tectonics, Seismic Wave, Hypocenter

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21 Apr 2019
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Natural disasters: catastrophic events with geological, atmospheric, and hydrological origins that can cause fatalities, property damage, and social en
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UTSGHMB440H1Franco TavernaWinter

HMB440H1 Lecture 8: Genetics of Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

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12 Apr 2019
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Lecture 8: genetics of frontotemporal dementia (ftd) and. The strongest risk factor for ftd and als is increasing age and family history (10-20% of cas
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UTSGHMB440H1Franco TavernaWinter

HMB440H1 Lecture 6: Concussion to Neurodegenration

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12 Apr 2019
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UTSGHMB440H1Franco TavernaWinter

HMB440H1 Lecture 9: Ethics

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12 Apr 2019
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UTSGHMB440H1Franco TavernaWinter

HMB440H1 Lecture 5: Dementia: Symptom, not A Diagnosis

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12 Apr 2019
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UTSGHMB440H1Franco TavernaWinter

HMB440H1 Lecture 7: Genetic Studies of Alzheimer's Disease (AD)

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12 Apr 2019
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UTSGJHA410H1Colleen DockstaderWinter

JHA410H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Connectome, Neuroimaging

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9 Apr 2019
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UTSGJHA410H1Colleen DockstaderWinter

JHA410H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Mental Disorder, Reduced Affect Display, Choline

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9 Apr 2019
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UTSGJHA410H1Colleen DockstaderWinter

JHA410H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Induction Coil, Superconductivity, Central Sulcus

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9 Apr 2019
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UTSGJHA410H1Colleen DockstaderWinter

JHA410H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Default Mode Network, Medulloblastoma, Oligodendrocyte

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9 Apr 2019
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It is clear that a large # of neurons must be firing in synchronized discharges for us to measure thier activity outside of the brain. These synchroniz
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UTSGJHA410H1Colleen DockstaderWinter

JHA410H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Traumatic Brain Injury, Reference Electrode, Neural Oscillation

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9 Apr 2019
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Eeg records electrical activity (action potentials) of the brain; it is typically non-invasive, with electrodes placed along the scalp. Invasive electr
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UTSGPSY492H1Kaori TakeharaWinter

PSY492H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ubiquitin, Protein Kinase, Proteasome

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7 Apr 2019
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UTSGPSY492H1Kaori TakeharaWinter

PSY492H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Adrenal Medulla, Adrenergic Receptor, Vagus Nerve

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7 Apr 2019
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UTSGPSY492H1Kaori TakeharaWinter

PSY492H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Deep Cerebellar Nuclei, Protein Kinase C, Emboliform Nucleus

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7 Apr 2019
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UTSGHMB440H1Franco TavernaWinter

HMB440H1 Study Guide - Winter 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Dementia, Tau Protein, Memory

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30 Mar 2019
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UTSGPCL102H1Rebecca LaposaWinter

PCL102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Nasal Spray, Act Up, Thalidomide

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16 Mar 2019
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Fda approvals occur between preclinical testing and clinic trials and after phase iii trials. Initial ind is to ask for permission to test in humans wh
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UTSGPCL102H1Rebecca LaposaWinter

PCL102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Adaptive Clinical Trial, Mammaprint, Neoadjuvant Therapy

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16 Mar 2019
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Lecture 15: clinical trial designs with a personalized medicine approach. The "ispy-2 trial" or investigation of serial studies to predict your therape
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UTSGJHA410H1Colleen DockstaderWinter

JHA410H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mri Sequence, Tractography, Voxel

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5 Mar 2019
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Dti is a structural imaging technique that uses a specific mri sequence to characterize water diffusion within tissue to infer tissue structure. Gradie
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UTSGJHA410H1Colleen DockstaderWinter

JHA410H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cerebral Circulation, Motor Learning

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5 Mar 2019
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Lecture 5: functional mri (fmri) fmri fmri measures brain activity by detecting changes associated with blood flow. Uses cerebral blood flow as a proxy
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UTSGJHA410H1Colleen DockstaderWinter

JHA410H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Diffusion Mri, Kappa Publishing Group, Fractional Anisotropy

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5 Mar 2019
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Lecture 3: diffusion tensor imaging (dti) part i. Key definitions: b: diffusion weighting factor, d: diffusion term or diffusion coefficient, adc = app
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UTSGJHA410H1Colleen DockstaderWinter

JHA410H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gadolinium, Frontal Lobe, Aging Brain

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5 Mar 2019
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An rf pulse is emitted by an rf coil which temporarily disrupts the alignment of the hydrogen atoms - typically at. 90 degrees or 180 relatives to the
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UTSGJHA410H1Colleen DockstaderWinter

JHA410H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cerebral Peduncle, Neuroimaging, Occipital Lobe

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5 Mar 2019
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Typically, we think of strokes occurring in older adults; however, strokes can also occur in children and neonates. In fact, highest stroke risk in lif
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UTSGJHA410H1Colleen DockstaderWinter

JHA410H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Postcentral Gyrus, Central Sulcus, Hydrocephalus

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5 Mar 2019
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Some main neuroanatomical structures include the: central sulcus which separates on either side the precentral gyrus (motor cortex or m1) and the postc
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UTSGPSY492H1Kaori TakeharaWinter

PSY492H1 Lecture 5: Cellular and System Consolidation

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5 Mar 2019
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Shortly after an experience, memory retrieval is supported by an active short-term memory trace; however, as time goes on this short-term memory trace
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UTSGPSY492H1Kaori TakeharaWinter

PSY492H1 Lecture 6: Molecular Proccesses Underlying Consolidation

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5 Mar 2019
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Similar to memories, ltp exhibits two forms: short-term (s-ltp) and a long-term form (l-ltp) Strong high frequency stimulation (hfs) produces l-ltp. Pr
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UTSGPCL102H1Rebecca LaposaWinter

PCL102H1 Chapter Reading 11: PCL102H1 Chapter Reading 1: PCL102H1 Chapter Reading : PCL102H1 Chapter Reading 9: Introduction to CTO & Patient Engagement with Clinical Trials

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5 Mar 2019
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Clinical trials develop new treatment options and provide answers to improve our health and healthcare system. Why ontario: many research hospitals, ho
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