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.
- Spring Semester 2017 Neuroscience Graduate Program Newsletter
The May 2017 Neuroscience Graduate Student newsletter.
- 2017 MiSFN Annual meeting
This year’s MISFN annual meeting is quickly approaching. This year it will be hosted by the University of Michigan on Monday, May 22nd. The deadline for abstract submission and registration deadline is May 5th. Please plan on attending and presenting a new or old poster. Also, the Founder’s award applications are due April 21st. Graduate students that are near completion of their dissertation are highly encouraged to apply.
- Sophomore awarded the national Presidential Volunteer Service Award
Congratulations to Audrey Drotos of St. Joseph, a sophomore majoring in neuroscience and music for completing over 175 hours of volunteer service during the 2015-16 academic year.
- Breedlove and Jordan create resource for faculty seeking NIH funding
Marc Breedlove and Cindy Jordan contributed to a workshop sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Research at MSU on sex differences
- Laura Symonds Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities Award Winner
Laura Symonds has been recognized as the winner of the Spirit of Ability Award from the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities.
- Gulbransen and Brown most cited paper
Brian Gulbransen and Isola Brown have most cited and downloaded paper in Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology in 2016.