ICLM: Discover, teach, treatI.C. Learning & Memory

Biology Learning Memory course

This course covers molecular, cellular, circuit, systems, neuroanatomy, theory, models and cognitive approaches to learning and memory. The cross disciplinary focus on learning and memory in this course is intended to present an integrative view of the subject that emphasizes emerging findings that take advantage of novel groundbreaking experimental models. Although this course is primarily for graduate students, advanced undergraduates may also register.

The three special events organized in connection with this course (The ICLM Lecture, The ICLM Journal Club and the Southern California Learning and Memory Symposium) are intended to expose graduate students to emerging concepts and leading figures in the field of learning and memory.

This course is being offered by multiple programs
These include the Departments of Neurobiology (M200G), the Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program (M220), the Molecular, Cellular & Integrative Physiology (M200G), and by the Department of Psychology (M208).