Mark Tramo
Lecturer, Music Industry

Prof. Mark Tramo is a lecturer at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, a neurologist at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles and a songwriter who now uses his lifelong passion for music to try and unlock the mysteries of the human brain.

Tramo teaches MSC IND 103: Music and Brain, in the Music Industry program, where students learn about neural systems through basic themes such as rhythm, harmony and creativity.

Gigi Johnson
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David Leaf
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Don Franzen
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Robert Fink
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