Graduate Training in Neuroscience

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Computational Neuroscience

Computational Neuroscience at the University of Chicago takes a quantitative approach to neuroscience, exposing students to mathematical methods and computational modeling applied to the nervous system.


The Program in Neurobiology provides a broad-spectrum introduction to the Neurosciences, ranging from Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology to Neurophysiology, Systems Neuroscience, and Translational Neuroscience.

Integrative Neuroscience

The Integrative Neuroscience Program, based in the Department of Psychology, offers course work and individualized, mentored research training in the laboratories of scientists who study the biological basis of complex behaviors.