Neuroscience Program

The Neuroscience Program prepares students through education, research, and professional development for successful careers in neuroscience or neuroscience-related fields.

The Neuroscience Program Ph.D.-granting graduate program began in 1998, and the undergraduate B.S.-granting program began in 2012. The interdisciplinary program is comprised of over 70 faculty members with appointments in 18 departments and 5 colleges, including the 3 medical schools.

Neuroscience News

Neuroscience Program Homecoming Tailgate

Are you planning on coming to MSU's Homecoming this year?  If so, please come see us at our FIRST EVER Neuroscience Homecoming Tailgate!

Gulbransen and Brown study the effects of GSH depletion in mice with colon inflammation

A new study finds that lowering the levels of an antioxidant in the colon has an unexpectedly positive effect on gastrointestinal (GI) inflammation. The paper is published ahead of print in the American Journal of Physiology--Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology.

Reppucci wins first place at Michigan Regional Postdoctoral Symposium
Reppucci wins first place at Michigan Regional Postdoctoral Symposium

Dr. Christina Reppucci, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Psychology, won the first place in the talk competition at the 2017 Michigan Regional Postdoctoral Symposium.

6th Annual NSP/TSMM Joint Social at the 2017 Society for Neuroscience meeting

Join us at the NSP/TSMM joint social on Sunday, November 12th from 6:00 to 9:00pm at the Loft at 600F, 600 F Street NW, Washington DC.

Greg Fink receives lifetime achievement award
Greg Fink receives lifetime achievement award

Michigan State University pharmacology and toxicology professor Gregory Fink has received the Irvine Page & Alva Bradley Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Heart Association,

Longtime Antidepressant could slow Parkinson's
Longtime Antidepressant could slow Parkinson's

MSU scientists also have early proof that an antidepressant drug that’s been around for more than 50 years could slow the progression of Parkinson’s.

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