Very congenial, straight-forward kind of guy. He gets himself sidetracked on amusing little anecdotes sometimes, but they make for a welcome break from the material - they enhance, rather than detract from, the class. All in all I found his segment of the class interesting and well worth my time and effort. His exams are fair.
Fall 2023 - Professor Glanzman is one of my favorite professors, primarily because of his genuine interest in sharing deep knowledge of a very nuanced field (neurobiology/neuroscience), as well as his idiosyncrasy's (former college drop-out, worked in the film industry, and more). He is a very helpful and willing Professor, but the subject matter is definitely difficult and dense. Wouldn't take if looking for easy elective, but if you are interested in neuroscience, I would say it is one of the most interesting electives there is.
Winter 2021 - Class is split into 3 sections with each having a different professor each. 1st section was with Metzner, 2nd with Schlinger, and 3rd with Glanzman. Overall, the class was moderately difficult with open note/book midterms that weren't overlapping each other with non-cumulative final. About 6-8 lectures for each midterm. I enjoyed the class with Metzner and Glanzman the most. However, the midterms are 1 hour each which is a very little amount of time imo for both Metzner and Schlinger and did not do too well on them with a C with Metzner and B with Schlinger. Glanzman is by far the best professor out of the 3 and gave 1.5 hours for the final which I scored a A. The class is not too bad and with moderate studying you can at least attain and A.