Principles of the Nervous System

BIOLOGY AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES 3411

This course will provide a broad introduction to neuroscience, starting at the level of cellular and molecular neuroscience, and ultimately ending at systems and theoretical neuroscience, with emphasis on the organization of the mammalian central nervous system. Topics will include neuronal structure, the action potential, information transmission between neurons, sensory/motor systems, emotion, memory, disease, drugs, behavior, and network dynamics. A fundamental goal of this course is to provide students with the ability to approach complex problems using the scientific method and to understand the limits of knowledge. This course will also expose students to some of the neuroscience community at WashU. Pre-requisite: Bio 2960. Recommended: Bio 2970 and Bio 3058, Or Psych 3401 and permission of instructor.
Course Attributes: FA NSM; BU SCI; AR NSM; AS NSM

Section 01

Principles of the Nervous System
INSTRUCTOR: Walck-Shannon, Lambo
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