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NEURL 495 Community Rehabilitation of the Neurologically Impaired: Internship (*, max. 5) Fraser, Clemmons
Supervised work with a neurologically disabled vocational rehabilitation population within a multidisciplinary vocational rehabilitation unit. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 499 Undergraduate Research (*, max. 25)
Provides an opportunity to gain research experience and direct participation in clinical or basic science investigation in neurological topics. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 505 P-Preceptorship in Neurology (1, max. 12) Kraus
Provides an opportunity for first and second-year medical students to gain personal experience with neurology practice situations by being stationed with carefully selected clinical faculty members in their offices. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Offered: Sp.

NEURL 536 Topics in Clinical Neurology (1) Spain
Lectures on epilepsy, stroke, coma, drug overdose, dementia, headache, myelopathies, infectious disease. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: S.

NEURL 555 Frontiers in Neuroimmunology (1) Moeller
Current concepts and developments in neuroimmunology. Prerequisite: either NBIO 301 or IMMUN 441. Credit/no-credit only. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 559 Neurobiology of Disease (3) Garden, Neumaier, Weinstein, Weiss
Introduces medically important neurological and psychiatric diseases and experimental approaches to understanding the basis for diseases and their treatments. Covers stroke, epilespsy, autoimmune diseases of the CNS, neurodegenerative diseases, autism, psychosis, anxiety disorders, and mood disorders. Offered: jointly with NEUBEH 559/P BIO 559.
Instructor Course Description: Gwenn A. Garden

NEURL 632 P-Introduction to Neurology - Casper, WY (8) Kraus
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology in Casper, WY. For third- or fourth-year students. Prerequisite: medicine, or family medicine, or surgery, or pediatrics. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 633 P-Introduction to Neurology - Anchorage - Alaska Neurology Clinic (8) Kraus
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology. For third- or fourth-year students. Prerequisite: medicine, or family medicine, or surgery, or pediatrics. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 634 P-Introduction to Neurology - Anchorage - ANMC (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage, Alaska. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 637 P-Introduction to Neurology-Missoula (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Montana Neurobehavioral Specialist in Missoula, MT. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 638 P-Introduction to Neurology - Great Falls (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Advanced Neurology Specialists in Great Falls, Montana. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 639 P-Introduction to Neurology - Billings Regional Neuroscience Clinic (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Neurology Associates in Billings, Montana. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 640 P-Introduction to Neurology - Billings Clinic (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Billings Clinic in Billings, Montana. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 642 P-Introduction to Neurology- St. Lukes Boise (8) Kraus
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology. For third- or fourth-year students. Prerequisite: medicine, or family medicine, or surgery, or pediatrics. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 643 P-Introduction to Neurology - Dr. Lyons, Boise (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at the office of Dr. George Lyons in Boise, Idaho. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 644 P-Introduction to Neurology - Idaho Falls EINA (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at the office of Dr. Stephen Vincent in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 645 P-Introduction to Neurology - Idaho Falls Neurology (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at the office of Dr. Erich Garland in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 647 P-Introduction to Neurology - Boise St. Alphonsus (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at the office of Dr. Karin Lindholm in Boise, Idaho. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 648 P-Introduction to Neurology - Coeur D' Alene (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at the office of Dr. Michael Coats in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 649 P-Introduction to Neurology - Tacoma St. Joseph (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology in Tacoma, WA. For third- or fourth-year students. Prerequisite: medicine, or family medicine, or surgery, or pediatrics. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 650 P-Introduction to Neurology - Lacey, WA (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology in Lacey, WA. For third- or fourth-year students. Prerequisite: medicine, or family medicine, or surgery, or pediatrics. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 652 P-Introduction to Neurology - Spokane Rockwood Clinic (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology in Spokane, WA. For third- or fourth-year students. Prerequisite: medicine, or family medicine, or surgery, or pediatrics. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 654 P-Introduction to Neurology - Dr. Greeley, Spokane (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at the office of Dr. David Greeley in Spokane, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 655 P-Introduction to Neurology - Spokane (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology in Spokane, Washington. For third- or fourth-year students. Prerequisite: medicine, or family medicine, or surgery, or pediatrics. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 656 P-Introduction to Neurology - Wenatchee (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Wenatchee Valley Medical Center in Wenatchee, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 657 P-Introduction to Neurology - Yakima (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at the office of Dr. Richard Sloop in Yakima, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 658 P-Introduction to Neurology - Olympia Neurology (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Olympia Neurology in Olympia, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 659 P-Introduction to Neurology - NW Neurology, Lakewoood (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Northwest Neurology, a Franciscan Medical Group clinic, in Lakewood, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 660 P-Introduction to Neurology - Madigan (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 661 P-Introduction to Neurology - Tacoma/Puyallup Multicare (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Neurology and Neurosurgery Associates in Tacoma and Puyallup, Washington. Students spend time at both clinics. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 662 P-Introduction to Neurology - Group Health, Tacoma (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Group Health Tacoma Medical Center in Tacoma, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 663 P-Introduction to Neurology - Group Health, Eastside (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Group Health Eastside Specialty Center in Redmond, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 664 P-Introduction to Neurology - Burien (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at South Seattle Neurology Associates in Burien. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 665 P-Introduction to Neurology- UWMC (8) Kraus
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology, at UWMC. For third- or fourth-year students. Prerequisite: medicine, or family medicine, or surgery, or pediatrics. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 666 P-Introduction to Neurology - HMC (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 667 P-Introduction to Neurology - VA (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at the VA Medical Center in Seattle, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 668 P-Introduction to Neurology - Northwest Hospital (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Northwest Hospital in Seattle, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 669 P-Introduction to Neurology - Virginia Mason (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 670 P-Introduction to Neurology - Minor and James (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Minor and James Medical in Seattle, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 671 P-Introduction to Neurology - Swedish (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Swedish Medical Center l in Seattle, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 672 P-Introduction to Neurology - Group Health, Seattle (8)
Provides the medical student with a general understanding of basic clinical neurology at Group Health Capitol Hill Campus in Seattle, Washington. Prerequisite: completion of one required clerkship in medicine, family medicine, surgery, or pediatrics.

NEURL 681 P-Seizure Clinic Clerkship (2.5) A. Wilensky
Evaluation and follow-up of patients with seizure disorders. Limited contact with inpatients. Prerequisite: MED 665 and permission of instructor. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 685 Epilepsy and Clinical Electroencephalography (*, max. 12) Miller
Introduction into epilepsy and the use and interpretation of the electroencephalogram and other clinical studies used to assess it, under the direct supervision of several of the faculty epileptologists and clinical neurophysiologists. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 686 P-Clinical Neurology (8) Swanson
Clerkship including both inpatient and outpatient experiences and didactic sessions on neurological subjects. Student assigned to one of the affiliated hospitals and supervised by neurology residents and full-time staff. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 687 P-Advanced Clinical Clerkship in Child Neurology (*, max. 8) Gospe
Advanced course in neurology dealing with neurological disease in children. Supervision by child neurology residents and attending. Prerequisite: NEURL 665, third- and fourth-year medical students. (Limit: one student.) Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 697 P-Neurology Special Electives (*, max. 24)
By special arrangement for qualified students, special clerkships or externships may be available at institutions outside the WWAMI region. Students obtain special assignment form from the dean's office at least one month prior to preregistration. Prerequisite. permission of department adviser. Offered: AWSpS.

NEURL 699 P-WWAMI Neurology Special Electives (*, max. 24)
By special arrangement for qualified students, special clerkships or externships may be available at institutions other than the University of Washington located within the WWAMI region. Prerequisite. permission of adviser. Offered: AWSpS.