Neuroscience Graduate Program


The Neuroscience Graduate Program emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to research with the goal of understanding the normal function and disorders of the nervous system. The interdepartmental program currently has 38 faculty and 19 predoctoral students, and encompasses experimental approaches spanning molecular and systems neuroscience, including areas of cellular, molecular, and developmental neurobiology; neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurochemistry, neuropharmacology, and neuropathology.

Admissions Note

The GRE General Exam is no longer required NOR considered for admission to the Biomedical Science Ph.D. program. 
The application for Fall 2025 will open in mid-September. The deadline for application, application fee, and supporting materials for Fall 2025 is December 1, 2024. For detailed application information, please visit our Admissions Process page.