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Department of Neurosciences

Department

Main organisation:Biomedical Sciences Group
Lifecycle:1 Jul 1977  →  Today
Organisation profile:

The mission of the Department of Neurosciences is to foster internationally renowned research of the central/peripheral nervous system, the senses, the mind and its disorders, and a high-end education of students and residents. Major areas of research are: central & peripheral nervous system - pathogenesis- diagnosis - treatment - molecular neuroscience - systems neuroscience- cognitive neuroscience - psychiatry - mental disorders - neurotraumatology - neurosurgery - neuroanatomy - neurology - neurodegenerative diseases - stroke - epilepsy - MS - visual cognition - auditory processes - auditory prostheses - speech, language & swallowing disorders - oto-rhino-laryngology - electrophysiology - behaviour - neurophysiology - ophthalmology - neurobiology - gene therapy

For more information about the research topics of the different research teams belonging to this department see: - Division for Experimental Neurosurgery and Neuro-anatomy - Division for Experimental Neurology and Neurochemistry - Division for Neurophysiology - Division for Neuropathology - Division for Ophtalmology - Division for Oto-rhino-laryngology - Psychiatric Center Sint Kamillus - Division for Psychiatry - Psychiatric Center Sint Jozef

Keywords:Neurosciences, neurophysiology
Disciplines:Neurosciences