The PhD Program in Neuroscience aims at providing students with knowledge and scientific methodologies necessary for the integrated study of the nervous system in areas ranging from molecular and cellular neurobiology through cognitive science and clinical neuroscience. The four-year PhD program is based on both theoretical and experimental training. A major goal of the program is to form future doctors capable of autonomous and independent research work. To obtain a comprehensive background in neuroscience, PhD students are encouraged to attend advanced courses, seminars, and other educational activities held by experts from different areas.
Main areas of research include:
The program includes faculty members from the Departments of: