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Course Description and Course Goals This is a 2 credit upper level biology course that will cover the basic neuroanatomical structures of the central and peripheral nervous system as well as the physiology of neural communication. We will learn how the central and peripheral nervous systems interact and how the central nervous system processes information about the environment. The basic senses, along with the somatosensory, somatic, and autonomic systems, will be covered. Case studies, related diseases, and primary literature will also play a large part in this course. This course will focus
Gallop, Molly. (2020, Fall). BIO4930: Neurobiology, Yeshiva College.