The Neuroscience Track provides training in areas ranging from molecular, cellular, and neurochemical to systems, behavioral, and clinical, all focused on regulation and function of the nervous system. With over 50 faculty drawn from the graduate, medical and dental schools, we emphasize a flexible program of study and research tailored to the individual needs and interests of our students, comprising fundamental and elective courses, a rich diversity of research opportunities, a broad selection of faculty mentors, and a number of enrichment opportunities, including journal clubs, seminars, an annual retreat, brain awareness week activities, and social functions. Students are encouraged to present their research in a variety of settings, to attend professional meetings locally, nationally and internationally, and to publish in peer-reviewed journals. A highly interactive community of faculty, post-doctoral fellows, laboratory staff and students create a challenging, stimulating and supportive environment within which our students develop into successful neuroscientists. For more information, click here.
The track leaders, along with their contact information, are: