The Undergraduate Program attracts a relatively large and academically successful group of majors, the great majority of whom go on to medical or graduate school.
Commitment to Outstanding Teaching, Training, and Research
The major strengths of the Department of Neuroscience are its personnel—faculty, graduate students, research associates, and staff—and their commitment to excellence in teaching, training, and research.
View our gallery of research posters from 2018 here!
Congratulations to Nnenna Anyanwu, Hayley Reichner, Thayjas Patil, Andre Sydnor, and Linda Saikali!
The chancellor cited his “passion for teaching & willingness to spend countless hours outside the classroom working with students to ensure they understand the material”.
Marlene R. Cohen, University of Pittsburgh, will receive the 2018 Troland Research Award.
Cohen’s studies are helping transform how we think about the brain. Her work employs a combination of mathematics & experimental neuroscience.
Inaugural Kanders Churchill Scholarship Honoree to Study Health Care Policy in UK
Joseph Kannarkat is expected to graduate from the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences this spring with dual degrees in economics and neuroscience and a minor in chemistry. After his year at the University of Cambridge for the Kanders Churchill Science Policy Scholarship, he hopes to attend medical school.