Neuroscience/Computational Neurobiology

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Computational neurobiology is the application of mathematical and computational models to problems in neuroscience. It seeks quantitative characterizations of molecular, single-neuron, network, and behavioral dynamics.

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  1. Stimulus-response systems
  2. Modeling neural networks
  3. The dynamical systems perspective
  4. Mathematical techniques