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      • Neuroscience Minor Classes Offered Fall 2017-2018

        Bisc 512 Animal Behavior Bisc 327 Introductory Neuroscience Bisc 579 Sec 1: Epigenetics and the Brain Bisc 330 Introductory Physiology CSD 505 Neurophysiology of Communication El E 313 Physiology for Biomedical Engineering ES 338 Motor Control and Learning ES 344 Aging in the 21st Century ES 512 Foundations of Biomechanics MEDC 416 Intro to the Principles of Medicinal Chemistry I PSY 309 Learning and Behavior Psy 319 Brain and Behavior PSY 326 Sensation and Perception PSY 505 Conditioning and Learning

      • Research Showcase

        3rd Annual Research Showcase: Presentations by Students and Staff Interested in Neuroscience and Related Disciplines Hosted by the Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Minor and Department of Biology Thad Cochran Research Center: Poster Session Centennial Auditorium Atrium 10am -5 pm, Speaker Series Room 1044 2-5 pm Special Guest Speakers Dr. Cameron Buckner, Can Animals Understand That Others Have Minds? Putting Psychology, Biology, and Philosophy Back Together Again. Dr. Kenneth Catania, The Shocking Abilities of Electric Eels. Refresments Served Come learn about opportunities in neuroscience and speak with our invited guest. Contact: Lainy Day, umneuroscienceminor@gmail.com