BIO408H5 • Neural Circuit Structure and Function

This course covers contemporary topics in systems neuroscience, focusing on the relationship between the circuit structure and function of mammalian brains. We review the current understanding of topics concerning signal transduction and the peripheral circuits, information processing in the central nerve system, neuronal cell types and connectivity, development and critical period plasticity of sensory cortices, and motor control. Students present and critique the latest research progress on these issues.

BIO202H5 or BIO304H5 or Permission of Instructor.
BIO483H5 Winter 2019
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