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MB415 – Developmental Neurobiology

Contemporary approaches to the study of nervous system development with emphasis on molecular and genetic techniques. Topics include neural induction, neural stem cells, axon guidance, synapse formation, neuronal life and death, and other topics. Readings will be primary research articles with reviews and textbook chapters as background. Lecture/Discussion.

Prerequisite: Any MB course at the 300-level OR Molecular Biology 231 Genetics AND Psychology 298 Neuroscience II.

Offerings

TermBlockTitleInstructorLocationStudent Limit/ AvailableUpdated
Fall 2017 Block 2 Developmental Neurobiology Darrell Killian Olin Hall 481 25/6 10/20/2017