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Mark Reimers, Ph.D.

COURSES

NEU 425 Computational Modeling in Neuroscience (Spring of every year)
Introduction to neuroscience modeling techniques; review of successful models; student will create their own model of a dynamic neural process or behavior

NEU 430 Genomics of Brain and Behavior (Summer of every year)
Role of genes in brain development and function. Issues in behavioral and psychiatric genetics.

NEU 445 Analysis of Neural Activity Data (W) (Fall of every year)
Conceptual and practical approaches to analyzing large functional datasets. Emphasis on statistical issues, including preprocessing, estimation methods, hypothesis testing, dimension reduction, and correlation with behavior. Data types include electrophysiological recording, EEG, MEG, fMRI and optical imaging.

Main Office

Department of Physiology
 Biomedical Physical Sciences (BPS) Building
567 Wilson Rd Rm 2201

Main Phone: 517-884-5000
Office Fax: 517-432-1967


Department Chair

C. Lee Cox
Dr. C. Lee Cox

BPS Building Rm 2201E

Phone: 517-884-5050
Fax: 517-432-1967
 coxclee@msu.edu


Graduate Office

Department of Physiology
BPS Building Rm 2205

Phone: 517-884-5075
Fax: 517-432-1967