In addition to completing the core sequence of Cell and Molecular Neuroscience and Systems Neuroscience, students in the Neuroscience Training Program will take at least one course from each of two categories while in graduate school, Cell/Molecular/Developmental and Systems/Behavior, for a total of two additional courses on or relating to neuroscience. A list of available and qualifying courses in each category will be drawn up each year by the Curriculum Committee and made available to the students. Faculty are encouraged to offer new courses and to notify the committee as they become available. If students wish to propose courses for consideration, they must be approved by the Curriculum Committee before the course is taken. Please e-mail Curriculum Committee Chair Peter Lipton with any requests. Please click on the drop-downs below to view the list of currently approved courses for meeting the Mid-Level Course Requirement.
Cellular/Molecular/Developmental Approved Mid-levels
Course Credits Instructors(s) Biochemistry 630: Cellular Signal Transduction Mechanisms 3 Martin, Ruoho, Anderson, Weaver, Miyamoto, Brensnick Biomedical Engineering 619: Miscroscopy of Life 3 Campagnola, Eliceiri NTP 629: Cell and Molecular Mechanisms in Memory 3 Lipton NTP 735: Neurobiology of Disease 2 Burger NTP 675: Molecular Mechanisms of Brain Damage 2 Vemuganti NTP 670: Stem Cells and the Central Nervous System 3 Moore, Zhao NTP 675: Reproductive Neuroendocrinology 2 Terasawa NTP 765: Developmental Neuroscience 3 Halloran and Gomez Pharmacology 711: Neurotransmitter Receptors and Ion Channels 2 Ruoho,Czajkowski,Jackson Zoology 604: Genes & Disorders 2 Gammie
Systems/Behavioral/Computational Approved Mid-levels
Course Credits Instructors(s) Biomedical Engineering 601: Problem-Based Learning in Clinical Neuroengineering Seminar 2 Meyerand and J. Williams Communicative Disorders 850: Anatomy, Physiology and Psychophysics of Audition 3 Litovsky Computer Science 841: Computational Cognitive Science 3 Michael Coen Therapeutic Science (Kinesiology) 713: Neural Basis of Normal and Pathological Movement 3 van Kan Kinesiology 721: Neural Basis for Movement 3 van Kan Kinesiology 861: Principles of Motor Control and Learning 3 Mason NTP (Anatomy/Physiology) 630: Higher Cortical Function 3 Lipton, Banks NTP 777: Basic Sleep Mechanisms and Sleep Disorders 3 Cirelli, Plante NTP 675: Neuroethology 2 Gammie NTP 675: Brain Mapping in Health and Disease: Applications 3 Bendlin, Okonkwo NTP 651: Methods for Neuroimaging Research 3 Alexander, Birn Psychology 720: Essentials of Cognitive Neuroscience 3 Postle Psychology 711: Cognitive Neuroscience of Attention and Memory 2-3 Postle Psychology 711: Introduction to Neural Network Modeling of Cognition 2-3 Tim Rogers Psychology 733*: Perceptual Systems Analysis 2 Jenison Psychology 733*: Cognitive Neuroscience of Reading and Dyslexia 2 Seidenberg Psychology 733*: Knotty Problems in Psycholinguistics 2 Seidenberg Psychology 954: Neuropharmacology 3 Berridge Psychology 918: Visual Perception 2-3 Rokers *Two Psychology 733 courses (8 weeks each) must be taken to meet the midlevel systems requirement.
Mid-levels Offered by Semester
Please see below for a list of approved mid-level courses separated by semester they will be offered. **Please note that course offerings are at the discretion of the instructors who reserve the right to not offer the course if they so desire.
|Biochemistry 630: Cellular Signal Transduction Mechanisms||3||Anderson, Brensnick|
|Biomedical Engineering 619: Miscroscopy of Life||3||Campagnola|
|NTP 629: Cell and Molecular Mechanisms in Memory||3||Lipton|
|NTP 670: Stem Cells and the Central Nervous System||3||Moore, Zhao|
|Computer Science 841: Computational Cognitive Science||3||Austerweil|
|NTP 777: Basic Sleep Mechanisms and Sleep Disorders||3||Cirelli, Plante|
|NTP 675: Brain Mapping in Health and Disease: Applications||2||Bendlin, Okonkwo|
|NTP 651: Methods for Neuroimaging Research||3||Alexander, Birn|
|Psychology 720: Essentials of Cognitive Neuroscience||3||Postle|
|NTP 765: Developmental Neuroscience||3||Halloran, Gomez|