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Marshall University
Course:
Neu 805 - Neurolog/Neurosurgery Research

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NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY RESEARCH NEU805 Course Department Title Department Number NEU805 Neurology Neurosurgery Research Course credit or length Two to six weeks Course director and contact information office phone and e mail Mark Stecker M D Ph D stecker marshall edu 304 526 6387 Course Director Coordinator Debi Smith smithd marshall edu 304 691 1499 Course location Cabell Huntington Hospital Marshall Medical Center Department of Neurosciences Medical Education Building Marshall University Brief Course Description Key Responsibilities of the student while on Elective 1 Plan a research project in conjunction with a research mentor member in the neuroscience department 2 Take the lead role in submitting the project to the appropriate regulatory committee IRB IACUC 3 Carry out the research plan under supervision 4 Present data orally to the rest of the research team on a regular basis 5 Perform appropriate literature review to determine the current understanding of the problem 6 Write up the research results in a form suitable for publication 7 Attend and participate in the Department s grand rounds journal club EEG conference epilepsy conference and other regularly scheduled conferences as the research schedule permits Course Grade Mode This is a Pass Fail Course Institutional Objective Patient Care Students must demonstrate the ability to provide patient care that is compassionate appropriate and effective for the treatment of health problems and the promotion of health Basic Science Objective The student will know and apply the connections between scientific research and problems in clinical medicine Outcome Measure The student will incorporate a section in the final project write up that discusses the relevance of the particular research project to real clinical problems Institutional Objective Medical Knowledge Students must demonstrate knowledge of established and evolving biomedical clinical epidemiological and social behavioral sciences as well as the



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