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Basal Ganglia in Health and Disease

NEU 475

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The basal ganglia is an interconnected set of brain regions involved in a wide range of essential functions, including reward-based learning, action selection and motor control. These circuits are also implicated in a wide range of neuropsychiatric diseases, including addiction and Parkinson's. How do these circuits contribute to this array of healthy and diseased functions? In this seminar, we will read and analyze modern systems and circuits neuroscience papers to address these questions.
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Section S01