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BIO 222: Exploring Neural Circuits

Seminar. The logic of how neural circuits control behavior; how neural circuits are assembled during development and modified by experience. Emphasis is on primary literature. Topics include: neurons as information processing units; simple and complex circuits underlying sensory information processing and motor control; and development and plasticity of neural circuits. Advanced undergraduates and graduate students with background in physical science, engineering, and biology may apply to enroll. Enrollment is by application only. Recommended: background in neuroscience.
Terms: Spr, not given next year | Units: 3 | Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
Instructors: ; Luo, L. (PI)
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