Physiology and neuroscience#


Physiology and Neuroscience Section covers a wide range of experimental and theoretical fields of science. This includes cell and system physiology, at the level from molecules to organs to intact animals including human physiology; molecular, membrane and cellular biophysics; comparative and system anatomy and physiology; receptor and cellular pharmacology and physiological biochemistry; research fields dealing with the structure and function of central and peripheral nervous systems; molecular, cellular and system neuroscience; cell biology and physiology of neuroglia, extracellular matrix and other non-neuronal elements of the nervous system; theoretical, system, and computational neuroscience; behavoural and neuropsychology research fields; brain imaging and experimental psychology in animal and humans.

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