Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Brilliant professor, he clearly loves his work and is also doing great things in regards to the Parkinson's community. He has a full knowledge and makes sure he shares or with the class.
Through his class he has helped me narrow down what I wanted to do as a career. Unintentionally, I believe, but nonetheless I now know that I want to work with those who suffer from Alzheimer's disease.
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Advice for students:
You need to go to class and make sure you do the readings before class so you do nor fall behind. He goes through the material rather fast and you want to make sure you are caught up and have your questions answered. also, he does pop quizzes, so you want to make sire you are there for that. So do not miss class.