About the Department
Our department is home to neuroscientists who study how the brain develops and functions, focusing on diverse topics including sensory and motor systems, biological rhythms, learning and memory, and the neurobiology of disease. The department employs state-of-the-art techniques in molecular neurogenetics, optical and electron imaging, cellular electrophysiology, and in vivo recording methods to manipulate and monitor the activity of neural circuits in a wide range of animal models. As one of the first neuroscience departments housed in a college of arts and sciences, the department is credited with establishing innovative educational programs and achieving widely-acclaimed scientific advances at the interface between molecular biology, physiology, and behavior.
Students can discover and explore neurobiology through our courses and/or one of our affiliated programs
- BA in Neuroscience
- BA in Biological Sciences/Neurobiology Concentration
- MS Program in Neurobiology
- Interdepartmental Neuroscience (NUIN) PhD Program
- The Interdisciplinary Biological Sciences (IBiS) PhD Program
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