Computational Neuroscience investigates (1) the means by which neural systems process information and (2) theoretical modeling of how neurons and neuronal networks process and store information. This major distinguishes Ohio Wesleyan as the place for students interested in studying computational neuroscience in a liberal arts setting.
About the Major
The Computational Neuroscience major provides a foundation in the fundamentals of neuroscience and behavior, while also developing proficiency in mathematical modeling theories, computer science, and biophysical properties of neurons. As a Computational Neuroscience major you learn to identify, alter or manage the neural processing of information.
Keywords: medicine, advanced research, laboratory science, computer science, neurology, psychiatry, computational biology, biophysics, neural networks, brain-machine interface
Other related majors to Neuroscience:
|Psychology||Zoology||Health & Human Kinetics|
OWU is the only liberal arts college to offer a major in Computational Neuroscience. Students can engage with Drs. Chris Fink or Pamela Pyzza for independent research in this field, as well other faculty in neuroscience, biology, math, computer science, and physics.