2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog


BIOL 50401 Neurobiology of Aging

Prerequisites: permission of instructor. The current literature associated with the neurobiology of aging, modern research techniques and recent developments in neuroscience and aging research are discussed. This is a participation course in which advanced undergraduate and graduate students will present manuscripts, explain research hypotheses and methodologies and explain results. Open discussion of these papers will include faculty from Biology and Psychology. Topics presented will differ by semester. The course may be repeated three times (taken a maximum of four semesters in all.) (Crosslisted as BIOL/PSYC 50401.)