Undergraduate Courses

  • BIO 366S, Neuromolecular Genetic/Disease Lab
  • Spring Semester
  • Explores techniques used to study the molecular genetic basis for nervous system function and disease with a powerful invertebrate model system. Subjects will range from studying the conserved molecular basis for our senses and male/female-specific behaviors, to exploring how mutations of conserved neural genes cause neurological disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.

Reverse Inclusion Courses aimed at Adults with Intellectual Disabilities – Spring 2016

Full or partial scholarships available for adults with Down syndrome through DSACT or Ruby’s Rainbow.

Additional scholarships for adults with autism are offered via Autism Society of Central Texas. Contact Suzanne Potts: