Academic Programs

BA in Neuroscience

A rigorous undergraduate major providing opportunities to study neuroscience from genes to neural activity to complex human behavior.

MS in Neurobiology

One-year MS Program focused on independent, hands-on research and coursework.

Ph.D. in Neuroscience (NUIN)

Interdisciplinary program with numerous and diverse foci of research excellence. Emphasis in clinical and basic research.

Ph.D. in Biological Sciences (IBiS)

IBiS trains outstanding students to pursue innovative, interdisciplinary research in a broad spectrum of disciplines.

News & Events

Professor Ravi Allada Receives Alzheimer’s Association Research Grant (AARG)

With the help of the Alzheimer's Association Research Grant, Professor Ravi Allada and his lab explore the link between sleep and Alzheimer's disease.

Professor Andrew Miri Recognized as a 2017 Next Generation Leader

The Allen Institute for Brain Science has announced Professor Andrew Miri as one of the newest member of the Next Generation Leaders council.

Indira Raman's Collaborative Research on Understanding the Human Mind

An unlikely partnership sheds new light not only on how signals move in the brain, but also on knowledge, language, and the very nature of the mind.

How Messing With Our Biological Clock Impacts Well-Being

Professor Fred Turek discusses what happens to the general well-being of individuals who go against their own natural biological clocks.