BIOL-412 Advanced Neurophysiology
Fall for 2017-2018
Jaramillo, Fernán

Neurophysiology seeks to understand the function of a most complex and fascinating system. This course offers a primary literature perspective of the function of the nervous system and the neurophysiological methods to study it. This means we will be reading, presenting, and discussing, some extraordinary neurophysiology articles. How best to do that? We will follow an old but wise piece of advice from Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852-1934): When reading an article in the field we wish to investigate we must fixate, above all, on two things: the research methods the author has used, and the problems that remained unresolved.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: BIOL-195
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