Prospective Students


The Program in Neurobiology and Behavior offers a diverse set of research and academic experiences that reflect the interdisciplinary nature of neuroscience. Its curriculum is flexible and tailored to the broad range of research interests in modern Neuroscience: theory to channels. Thus, each student's education is tailored to fit his or her background and research interests with a broad variety of graduate courses in the university in Psychology, Physics, Chemistry, Biostatistics, Mathematics, Computer Science, and Electrical and Biomedical Engineering. Besides, the Program in Neurobiology and Behavior sponsors a weekly seminar. These are typically presentations of recent work or work-in-progress by invited speakers from throughout the country. For more information, please refer to the links below.

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