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.

Don Franzen
Adjunct Professor
David Leaf
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Gigi Johnson
Director of the Center for Music Innovation
Robert Fink
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