Neuronal Control of Movement (GE, EL)


Course for graduate and upper-level undergraduate students to provide them with an understanding of the neuronal circuits that move our bodies and with techniques for analysis, simulation, and modification of these circuits by neural engineers. Topics start in the periphery with muscles, the spine, and functional electrical stimulation; then proceed centrally to subcortical circuits, deep brain stimulation, and forward models; and conclude with cerebral cortical networks and population decoding. Students are expected to have background in bioelectricity and Matlab programming. Prerequisite: BME 301L or consent of the instructor.


Prerequisite: BME 301L or graduate student standing

Cross-Listed As
  • BME 517
Typically Offered