Neurobiology Laboratory - BIO365L

Course Instructor: Dr. Michael Markham

You can find out more than you ever wanted to know about your instructor at his web page.

at the rig

Ben Liebeskind - Your TA for Fall 2010

Our TA for this semester is Ben Liebeskind. Ben is a graduate student in the Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior graduate program. Ben plays the violin, but now refers to it as a "fiddle" since moving from Portland, OR to Texas. Ben is shown here in the two most common states for graduate students: 1) tired, and 2) frustrated.

Ben at workBen distressed

The equipment

A Little Course History

The Neurobiology Laboratory course is an extremely unique opportunity for students to get hands-on-experience using sophisticated state-of-the-art equipment and techniques. The course was developed in 2003 by Dr. Nace Golding and Dr. Bing Zhang. Development of this laboratory, especially purchasing of the equipment was funded by student fees.

The Hall of Fame

Ammon Thompson - TA Fall 2009 / Spring 2020

For the 2009-2010 academic year, our TA was Ammon Thompson , a graduate student in the Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior graduat program.

Ammon at work

Kris Singletary - TA Spring 2009

Kristan Singletary, a graduate student in the Institute for Neuroscience, was the course TA during Spring 2009. You can learn more about here research here.

Kris Singletary


Andrew George - TA Fall 2008

Meet the one and only Andrew George, a graduate student in Neurobiology. Andrew was the course TA for Fall 2008. Andrew was indispensable in teaching the course and helped to improve the delivery and organization of the course in several important ways.

Andrew has since earned his Ph.D., and taken the next step in his career. Dr. George is now working in the lab of Dr. Bruce Carlson at Washington University



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