Neuroscience Graduate Program. Neuroscience Graduate Program Contacts: Program Director: Volker E.
Neugebauer, M.D., Ph.D. 2.104-D MRB, Route 1069 Phone Number: 409-772-5259 Associate Program Director: Giulio Taglialatela, Ph.D. 10.104A MRB, Route 1043 Phone Number: 409-772-1679 NOD Track Director: Jose M. Barral, M.D., Ph.D. 5.212-C Research Bldg., Route 0620 Phone Number: 409-747-2180 Interim Program Coordinator: Phyllis Heyder-Black 120-E BSB, Route 0625Phone Number: 409-772-2124 Understanding nervous system functions and disorders from molecules to mind is one of the greatest challenges facing the biomedical sciences.
Objective and Scope of the Training Program The Neuroscience Graduate Program (NGP) at UTMB established in 1981 was the first Ph.D. program in neuroscience in Texas. It is anticipated that our graduates will become researchers and/or teachers in the field of neuroscience in academic institutions, industry, biotechnology or government. CompNet. Computational Neuroscience » Neuroscience. Neuroscience. Summer Research Institute : Undergraduate Research Opportunities An intensive program for undergraduates interested in mental health research Application Deadline is March 7, 2014 The Florida Mental Health Institute (FMHI) at the University of South Florida is dedicated to research and education related to mental illness and related disorders.
FMHI invites undergraduate students to apply for a highly selective Summer Research Institute. The SRI@FMHI is designed for students interested in building their research skills within the context of mental health to help them prepare for a Senior Thesis and/or graduate school. Dates: The SRI@FMHI is a ten week summer program. Program Structure: The SRI@FMHI consists of four components: an independent research project conducted with guidance from a distinguished faculty mentor; research seminars; professional development seminars; and skill-building workshops. Student Application and Selection Process: Applications must be received no later than March 7, 2014. Up to 12 students will be selected for the SRI@FMHI. Dr. EDNE Neuroscience. Neuroscience has become an extremely exciting field during the last decade: important milestone discoveries about the nervous system have been made, and new technologies have become available.
Despite these advances, it is still a mystery how the brain works! The EPFL PhD Program in Neuroscience (EDNE) provides its students with training from the genetic to the behavioural level including: molecular, cellular, cognitive, computational neuroscience, and neuroprosthetics. Students matriculate in the highly dynamic and interdisciplinary environment of the EPFL, in the Brain Mind Institute (School of Life Sciences), in the Blue Brain Project, in the Center for Neuroprosthetics or in other research groups affiliated to our Program.
There is a close cooperation between our program and the Neuroscience programs of the Universities of Geneva and Lausanne (LN Doctoral School). How and when to apply to the EPFL PhD Program in Neuroscience ? The EDNE Internal Regulations More about the EPFL campus... Summer Research Program for undergraduate students. July 4th to August 25th 2016 For undergraduate students from anywhere in the world studying at any university!
(Participants must be present for the complete program to participate.) Contact Email: email@example.com. Co-ops/Internships on the Web. Co-op/Internships and Summer Research Opportunities in the Life Sciences for 2014 Last update for 2014 was done on April 18, 2014 Updates for 2015 will start sometime in September All opportunities listed are PAID, unless otherwise indicated Some links will require the Adobe Acrobat Reader to read pdf format.
If you don't have a copy on your computer, click here for a free download Skip the introduction and Go directly to Co-op/Internship and Summer Research Opportunities Posting Categories. Neuroscience. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging. Summer and Winter School. Www.necsi.edu New England Complex Systems Institute 238 Main Street Suite 319, Cambridge, MA 02142 Phone: 617-547-4100 Fax: 617-661-7711 Summer Session 2014 Dates: June 16 - 27 Location: MIT, Cambridge, MA Week 1: June 16-20 CX201: Complex Physical, Biological and Social Systems Lab: June 22 CX102: Computer Programming and Complex Systems Week 2: June 23-27 CX202: Complex Systems Modeling and Networks NECSI's Courses in Complexity offer two intensive week-long courses on complex systems science and its applications.
At the end of the courses, we expect participants to return to their home institution with tools relevant to their research and new insights for future work. The CX102 lab is strongly recommended to prepare students with little computer programming experience for CX202. Group Projects Group projects are one of the most rewarding parts of the winter and summer courses. Schedule Monday – Thursday: Lecture 9 AM – 5 PM Group Projects 6 PM – 8 PM Credit Registration. Welcome to CBN. The BRAIN Program will not be offered in 2014, except as the first phase of Atlanta NET/work, a two-year research internship for local students.
The BRAIN Program for students from across the USA who are interested in neuroscience is taking a hiatus in summer 2014. Due to a lack of funding to recruit nationally for summer 2014, the BRAIN Program will be taking an additional year to continue to seek long-term program support. Training — INCF Neuroinformatics Portal. Functional MRI Visiting Fellowship: A Five Day Intensive Introduction — INCF Neuroinformatics Portal.