Cognition and intelligence is something many people take for granted. Both cognition and intelligence are complex neurophysiological processes which involve multiple regions and networks in the brain. Cognition may be categorized into various different forms including some which are conscious, and others which are unconscious. Understanding the relationship between cognition, intelligence and brain function allows clinicians to better diagnose and treat a variety of conditions in order to improve human functionality.
The Carrick Institute is proud to announce a new series designed to help clinicians stay current in the neuroscience research that comes out every year. This new program will also serve to help those keep their fellow and diplomate status with their respective organizations. In this program, Carrick Institute faculty will pull from the recent research to analyze and dissect it so you can stay up to date with the quickly evolving field of neuroscience in healthcare.
Carrick Institute is proud to bring you the UPDATED Neurochemistry and Nutrition program taught by Dr. David Clark, Assistant Professor of Neurochemistry! This course has been fully updated for 2020 with current literature and clinical methods.
This 6-module series will explore the chemistry of the nervous system, how the chemical processes of the body affect the brain and nervous system function, and the ways in which the brain influences the internal chemical environments.