New Undergraduate Neuroscience Courses, Fall 2019

NEUR 301/401 Biological Mechanisms of Brain Disorders (3 credits, MWF, 10:35 - 11:25)

This course will introduce students to a broad range of neurological and neuropsychiatric diseases & disorders in order to understand how genetic and environmental perturbations can disrupt normal brain function. We will address underlying  biological mechanisms as well as critical knowledge gaps and  current efforts to develop treatments. 
Taught by faculty from the School of Medicine (Neurosciences & Neurology) and the College of Arts and Sciences  (Psychological Sciences)



For more information please contact the course director: Dr. David M. Katz at