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

MSU hosts successful MiSFN annual meeting

Many thanks to Joe Beatty, the MSU MiSFN Councilor, and the MiSFN board for organizing the meeting.

A new key in fighting Kennedy's disease
A new key in fighting Kennedy's disease

Researchers of motoneuron disease typically have focused on how bad genes in the motoneurons cause them to become sick and die.

UURAF Registration open until February 19
UURAF Registration open until February 19

Registration is now open for UURAF, the University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum. Students need to register by Friday, February 19 at 11:59 PM. 

Rowe featured on Science XX Files
Rowe featured on Science XX Files

Ashlee Rowe, PhD and her research on scorpion venom and pain are a featured video on the Science/AAAS special project, XX Files. 

Gulbransen on cover of Cell & Molecular Gastroenterology & Hepatology
Gulbransen featured in Cell & Molecular Gastroenterology & Hepatology

Brian Gulbransen, PhD and his research on how enteric glia mediate neuron death in colitis are featured in January's issue of Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology.

Neubig Named AAAS Fellow
Neubig Named AAAS Fellow

Richard Neubig named a AAAS Fellow for pioneering work on the quantitative analysis of receptor mechanisms, particularly concerning regulators of G protein signaling, molecular switches within cells, and for insightful leadership in the pharmacological sciences.

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