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Brown University; Department of Neuroscience

The mission of the Department of Neuroscience is to do excellent teaching and research on the basic functions and diseases of the nervous system. Areas of interest include neural plasticity, information processing, and neuronal and synaptic functions, particularly as they relate to development, sensory perception, motor behavior, and cognition. The twenty campus-based Neuroscience faculty train undergraduate, graduate, postdoctoral, and medical students in molecular, cellular, developmental, systems, cognitive, and theoretical neuroscience. There are currently 56 doctoral students in the Neuroscience Graduate Program and the innovative Brown-NIH Graduate Program Partnership, and 122 undergraduate students are enrolled in the neuroscience concentration. Members of the Department also participate in the MRI Research Facility, the Center for Vision Research, and several NIH and NIMH training grants for graduate and postdoctoral fellows studying neuroscience and vision sciences. The Department is also a major contributor to Brown''s Institute for Brain Science, a multidisciplinary consortium of about ninety faculty from eleven departments that promotes collaborative theoretical and experimental studies of the brain.

URL: http://neuroscience.brown.edu/

Resource ID: nif-0000-01903     Resource Type: Resource     Version: Latest Version

Synonyms

Brown Neuroscience; Neuroscience at Brown

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Department Portal, Graduate Program Resource, Undergraduate Program Resource, Postdoctoral Program Resource

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Original Submitter

Anonymous

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Curated

Submitted On

12:00am December 14, 2010

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SciCrunch

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