PSYS students.  For question, please contact Siu-Lung Chan  [log in to unmask]

 

 

Dear Students,

 

We are offering a new course, please see below:

Neuroscience NSCI 295

Time is Brain! Stroke and the Cerebral Circulation

 

The brain is a relatively small organ (about 2% of body weight) and yet consumes 20% of total oxygen and 25% of total glucose. Neurons and other cells in the brain need a constant energy supply, and therefore rely on continuous and precise blood flow to the brain to maintain their high energy activities. Want to understand how blood flow is controlled in the brain and what will happen when it is dysfunctional? Want to know how different kinds of strokes are diagnosed and treated? With expertise from basic scientists and clinicians, this is the course for you to comprehensively understand how the brain circulation works physiologically and what happens during disease states. Please see the attached brochure for details and do not hesitate to contact course co-director Dr. Kelvin Siu-Lung Chan at [log in to unmask] when you have questions.

 

Here is the link to my (http://www.med.uvm.edu/neuro/bio?BioID=31239) and co-director Dr. Cipolla’s (http://www.med.uvm.edu/neuro/cipolla_lab) Bio page.

 

Thank you very much for your attention and looking forward to hearing from you.

 

Regards,

Kelvin

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Kelvin Siu-Lung Chan, B.Sc., Ph.D.,

Department of Neurological Sciences,

University of Vermont College of Medicine,

149 Beaumont Ave., HSRF 416,

Burlington, VT 05405, USA.

Phone: +1 802-656-4231

Email: [log in to unmask]

 

 

From: John Green [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2016 8:45 AM
To: Diana St.Louis
Cc: Sayamwong "Jom" Hammack; Chan, Siu-Lung; Marilyn Cipolla
Subject: Re: New Course: The Cerebral Circulation: Physiology and Pathophysiology

 

Hi Diana,

Please send this flier to all psychological science majors, minors, and graduate students.

Thanks,
John

On 6/21/2016 8:37 AM, Sayamwong "Jom" Hammack wrote:

Hi Diana,

If John Green approves, could you send the attached to psychological science majors?  I've already taken care of the neuroscience students.

Jom

-- 
Sayamwong E. Hammack "Jom" Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Director, Undergraduate Neuroscience Program
Department of Psychological Science
University of Vermont
John Dewey Hall, Room 336
2 Colchester Avenue
Burlington, Vermont 05405-0134
 
Phone:  802.656.1041
Fax:    802.656.8783
Email: [log in to unmask]

On 6/20/2016 5:51 PM, Chan, Siu-Lung wrote:

Hi Jom,

 

This is Kelvin Chan from Neurological Sciences. Probably you have heard from Margaret that we will be offering a new Cerebral Circulation course in Fall 2016. Here I attached a flier, can you help us to promote the course, by forwarding the flier through email to all major and minor undergraduate students in the Neuroscience Program, as well as all undergraduate and graduate students in the Psychology Program? Thank you very much for your help.

 

Regards,

Kelvin

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Kelvin Siu-Lung Chan, B.Sc., Ph.D.,

Department of Neurological Sciences,

University of Vermont College of Medicine,

149 Beaumont Ave., HSRF 416,

Burlington, VT 05405, USA.

Phone: +1 802-656-4231

Email: [log in to unmask]

 

 

 

-- 
___________________________________________________
John T. Green, Ph.D.
Chair and Professor
Department of Psychological Science
University of Vermont
John Dewey Hall 206
2 Colchester Avenue
Burlington, Vermont 05405-0134
Phone: 802-656-4163


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