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Unformatted text preview: SYSTEMS PHYSIOLOGY: NEUROSCIENCE BMD ENG 301 Instructor: John B. Troy ( email@example.com ) (Tech E372) Lectures: Annenberg Hall G15 MW 8:30 a.m. Discussion Sections: F Tech A110 8:45 a.m. (Suresh) Th Tech A110 2 p.m. (Ramalingam) Office hours: John Troy M 3-4 p.m., F 12-1 p.m., Tech E326 Shyma Ramalingam ShymaRamalingam2007@u.northwestern.edu TBD Aneesha Suresh firstname.lastname@example.org TBD C OURSE OBJECTIVES : Students who complete this course will be able to: 1. Describe the basic structure and function of the human nervous system from an engineering perspective Specifically: a. Describe the structure and electrical properties of the neuron, its means of signaling, and how neurons pass signals from one to another b. Describe the organization and operation principles of the somatosensory and motor systems 2. Develop a deeper understanding of neuroscience through self-learning, since they will have the general terminology and basic concepts of neuroscience as well as some tools needed to expand understanding...
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