Middlebury

BIOL0480

Neurobiology

Neurobiology
Neuroscience is one of the most rapidly progressing sciences, and recent scientific and clinical studies change how we view the human brain. We will examine the nervous system from the most basic biological levels: genes, molecular signaling, cells, and neural networks. Through primary and secondary literature we will focus primarily upon simple nervous systems and simple circuits. Students will choose selected topics and give in-depth presentations and lead discussions. By this approach we will learn about the methods of the most current research, and how our brain controls our body and behavior (BIOL 0370 or NSCI 0251). 3 hrs. sem.
Subject:
Biology
Department:
Biology
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
SCI
Equivalent Courses:
NSCI0480

Sections

Fall 2011

BIOL0480A-F11 Seminar (Root)

Fall 2010

BIOL0480A-F10 Seminar (Root)

Fall 2008

BIOL0480A-F08 Seminar (Root)

Fall 2006

BIOL0480A-F06 Seminar (Root)
BIOL0480Y-F06 Lab
BIOL0480Z-F06 Lab

Fall 2005

BIOL0480A-F05 Seminar (Root)

Winter 2004

BIOL0480A-W04 Lecture (Root)