Elective Title: 93PS960 — NEUROIMAGING IN PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH
This course provides an introduction to neuroimaging research methods and how neuroimaging techniques can be utilized to advance our understanding of psychiatric disorders. Students will learn via direct instruction and interaction with faculty and guided laboratory work. Students will observe and assist with aspects of a neuroimaging research project commensurate with one-month elective duration, including data collection, analysis, production of results, and manuscript preparation. The objectives of the elective can be tailored to meet a student’s interest in a specific psychiatric disorder or neuroimaging technique. The faculty will work with students directly throughout the course.
Primary Contact for Add/Drops: Tom Hummer (email@example.com)
Director: Tom Hummer, Ph.D.
Location: Health Information and Translational Sciences (HITS) building (Indianapolis)
- 1) Display characteristics of an informed consumer of psychiatric neuroimaging research (PBLI1)
- 2) Describe the benefits and limitations of multiple neuroimaging methods and study designs and their capabilities for improving psychiatric knowledge (MK5)
- 3) Explain the basic statistical techniques employed to analyze neuroimaging data (PC5)
- 4) Interpret neuroimaging research presented in the literature (PC3)
- 5) Assist with preparation of a neuroimaging research proposal suitable for intramural or extramural funding applications or manuscript for publication (ISC5)
- Research Evaluation Form; (Interactive discussion with faculty to assess student
Prerequisites: 3rd or 4th year
Availability with Max Students per Month:
Duty Hours: 40
Time Distribution: 40% Library; 40% Laboratory; 20% Lecture
Elective Type Category: AS - Advanced Science
Notes and Enrollment Information:
Please contact Vicki Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org) before scheduling to determine availability and contact faculty a minimum of 4 weeks prior to start of elective.
Third Year Elective? Yes
Interprofessional Skills and Service Learning
Interprofessional Collaborative Skills: None
Service Learning Included: None