Course description. Neuroscience 301 is a laboratory course that introduces the student to current methods and techniques used in neuroscience research. The course consists of three-week rotations in the laboratories of staff members. Among the topics to be covered will be radioligand binding assays, neurochemical assays, electrophysiology, psychobiological techniques, experiments in perception, and methods in cognitive science. This course is normally taken in the junior year.
Note: This course counts towards the major in neuroscience, but not the Biology or Biochemistry majors.