Ganzen attended the Neural Systems & Behavior course at the Marine Biological Laboratory
Logan Ganzen, a graduate student in Prof. Yuk Fai Leung laboratory, attended the Neural Systems & Behavior course at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) from June 3 to July 29. This course was originated from the first MBL summer course, the Invertebrate Zoology, since the institute was founded in 1888. In this Neural Systems & Behavior course, Logan received top-notch training in modern approaches to the study of neural mechanisms underlying behavior, perception, and cognition. Logan’s participation in the course was supported by a generous scholarship from the MBL, and a Yeunkyung Woo Achieve Excellence Travel Award from the Department of Biological Sciences at Purdue University.