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INTERDISCIPLINARY SUMMER COURSE:  Biophysics and Computation in Neurons and Networks

June 16, 2013 – July 13, 2013

Location: Princeton University

Photo Credits: willamette.edu, Alexander J. Levine (UCLA), neuromedia.eu, Takashi Kozai


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Website: Princeton Neuroscience Institute
Application Form: Biophysics and Computation in Neurons and Networks


Organizers: David W. Tank and Michael Berry, Princeton Neuroscience Institute

This course, supported by the Burroughs Wellcome Fund, targets students with training in the physical sciences, mathematics or engineering who seek an introduction to the concepts and research methodologies of modern neuroscience. No previous training in biology is required. Topics covered will range from cellular biophysics to systems neuroscience, including particularly imaging methods for the study of single neurons, networks of neurons and human brain dynamics during execution of behavioral computations. The course will be unique in its focus on neural dynamics at several scales of complexity



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