421_syllabus_2010_revisedfall

421_syllabus_2010_revisedfall - BISC 421 Fall 2010 Title:...

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BISC 421 Fall 2010 Title: Neurobiology When and Where: Lectures: MWF, 11:00 - 11:50, SAL 101 Discussion Group A (13395R) 2:00-3:50pm Thursday WPH205 K. Man Discussion Group B (13396R) 2:00-3:50pm Friday WPH205 K. Man Discussion Group C 1(3397R) 2:00-3:50pm Monday WPH205 M. Arnett Discussion Group D (13398R) 2:00-3:50pm Wednesday WPH205 D. McCoy Discussion Group E (13399R) 10:00-11:50am Tuesday ZHS360 M. Arnett Discussion Group F (13400R) 10:00-11:50am Thursday ZHS360 D. McCoy Instructors: Judith Hirsch, Ph.D. Emily Liman, Ph.D. David McKemy, Ph.D. Associate Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Biological Sciences Biological Sciences Biological Sciences HNB 328 HNB 301 HNB 228 1-2210 1-1454 1-5724 jhirsch@usc.edu liman@usc.edu mckemy@usc.edu Teaching Assistants: Megan Arnett marnett@usc.edu Kingson Man kman@usc.edu Daniel McCoy danieldm@usc.edu Office Hours: By appointment
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Purpose: According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, neuroscience is defined as a branch of the life sciences that deals with the anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, or molecular biology of nerves and nervous tissue and especially with their relation to behavior and learning. Neuroscience is nothing less than the field of study that attempts to understand how and why you are you. This course is designed to assist you in understanding how a small collection of cells early in development gives rise to something as complex as the brain, how individual cells
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