Neuroecology (BIO 485)

This course examines how the structural and physiological properties of neural networks relate to the interaction of animals and the biophysical environment. We will explore how neural systems are shaped by the environment and in turn, how those systems underlie animal behavior. The course content is highly integrative, considering topics in neuroecology that span molecular to organismal levels of organization. Course will be offered spring semesters.

Animal Physiology (BIO 345)