BIOL 022. Neurobiology

An in-depth study of modern neuroscience, examined through the lens of primary literature.  After covering the foundations of nervous system organization and function, we will perform critical reading of several significant papers, including meeting with authors to better understand the process of research and publication.  Laboratories will explore neurophysiology and behavior in a range of organisms - crayfish, leech, and Homo sapiens.  
Prerequisite: BIOL 001  and BIOL 002  or with permission of instructor. 
Natural sciences and engineering practicum.
Writing course Spring 2022 only.
One laboratory period per week.
1 credit.
Eligible for COGS
Fall 2022. Meckel.
Spring 2023. Meckel.
Spring 2024. Staff.
Spring 2025. Staff.
Catalog chapter: Biology  
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