Spring 2022

Course Code Title/Instructor Meets
NRSC 200-01 Perspectives in Neuroscience
Instructor: Meredith Rauhut
Course Description:
This 6-hour integrated lecture/laboratory course will focus on different levels of analysis within the field of neuroscience by dividing the course into 3 separate, 4-week teaching modules: 1) cellular/molecular, 2) systems and 3) behavioral neuroscience. These laboratory-based teaching modules will expose students to fundamental concepts of neuroscience at different levels of organization and help students develop proficiency with some basic neuroscientic techniques. Students also will be taught about writing and data analysis (e.g., statistics) appropriate to the field of neuroscience. Prerequisites: Biology 132 or Psychology 125. Offered every fall.
01:30 PM-04:30 PM, W
09:30 AM-10:20 AM, MWF
NRSC 400-01 Neuroscience Seminar
Instructor: Teresa Barber
Course Description:
Advanced seminar in which students will read and review primary literature related to selected topics in the field of neuroscience. Examples of selected topics may include neuroendocrinology, neurobiology of drug addiction, neurobiology of learning and memory or clinical neuroscience. A discussion-style approach will be adopted.
10:30 AM-11:45 AM, TR
TOME 227
NRSC 560-02 Additive Effects of Exercise and Housing on Anxiety in Female C57 Mice
Instructor: Anthony Rauhut
Course Description: