Drugs Affecting the Nervous System
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This subject was well-coordinated with engaging lecturers. Shout out to James for setting the scene with the introductory lectures that formed the foundation for the rest of the subject. Shout out to Peter for always making us laugh and delivering some unforgettable lectures. Shout out to all the lecturers for their expertise and engaging lectures. I enjoyed the content in this subject, though it was pretty content-heavy (but we all helped each other out on Piazza, so that helped). There was a balance between neuroscience and pharmacology, which I particularly enjoyed learning about. Tutorials are helpful, so if you're thinking of doing this subject, you should attend and better yet, you should post questions that you want answered on Piazza to ensure that you get the most out of it.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018
Peter is an amazing teacher, so are the other lecturers. It's a really good subject. :)