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BIO 222: Exploring Neural Circuits

Seminar. This course focuses on the logic of how neural circuits process information and control behavior, as well as 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, motor control, and cognitive function; 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 | Units: 3
Instructors: Luo, L. (PI)
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