Neural Systems


This course aims to give students a clear understanding of the neural circuits underlying sensory perception, motor control, learning and memory, and higher-level cognition, and how these circuits achieve these functions computationally. The course will draw on a range of model systems including humans, monkeys, rodents, fish and flies. By the end of the class, students should be able to engage with a broad array of research topics in systems neuroscience, interpret current papers in the field, and understand the techniques and approaches involved, including their shortcomings.
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Section 01

Neural Systems
INSTRUCTOR: Morhardt, Bijsterbosch, Goodhill
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