Neuroscience - MS / PhD
The Graduate Program in Neuroscience (NEUS) offers a broad exposure to cellular, molecular, behavioral, developmental and systems neuroscience. Under the tutelage of a highly collaborative faculty from a number of different departments, graduate students engage in rigorous training using multidisciplinary approaches and cutting-edge technology, together with a robust palette of courses and training experiences. Students are prepared for careers in academic research, teaching, pharmaceutical research, industry, government, academic administration, public policy and more.
The Pathologists' Assistant (PathA) program combines intense academic studies with one year of practical work in the field. Graduates are prepared to work, under the direction of a pathologist, as a highly qualified allied health professional in anatomic pathology laboratories throughout the country.