The Neuroscience Graduate Group, one of the premier training programs in the United States, prepares our students for a successful career as an independent scientist and scholar. We provide a broad education in the major areas of neuroscience, including developmental, molecular, and cellular neurobiology, sensory and motor systems, cognitive neuroscience, computational and translational neuroscience. The rigorous academic and independent research requirements provide our students with an excellent foundation for discovery in basic science and health-related fields. We empower our graduate students to pursue their own unique pathway with strong co-curricular and enrichment activities such as professional skills development, dedicated mentoring and advising, and attendance and presentation at national and international meetings to build their careers and networks. Charitable gifts help support the Graduate Group’s activities such as fall orientation, the annual retreat, technology tools to enhance classroom and remote learning and facilitate our student run diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives. Thank you for your support!
Executive Director of Development