THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL TRAINING IN NEUROSCIENCE

UGA’s Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Graduate Program trains doctoral students using novel, multidisciplinary approaches to study the brain and behavior so that as future neuroscientists they will be prepared to address the major neurologic and neurodegenerative diseases of the 21st century.

SUMMER UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EXPERIENCE IN NEUROSCIENCE

PROGRAM DATES: MAY 28-JULY 20, 2019

An 8-week immersive interdisciplinary research-intensive training program at the University of Georgia.

COMMITMENT TO RESEARCH

UGA Neuroscience researchers are addressing today’s pressing and complex issues, from addiction to neurological degeneration – and beyond. Faculty are not only trained in the basic science of neuroscience, many are authorities in comparative anatomy, physiology, pathology and clinical sciences. This unique breadth of research, particularly regarding expertise of multiple species at all biological scales, allows for easy adaptation for new opportunities in human therapies.

And with our exceptional resources, faculty expertise, and instrumentation in imaging technology, bioinformatics, bioengineering, and complex behavioral paradigms, allowing for the comprehensive investigation of these diverse animal models, the UGA Neuroscience faculty are at the forefront of cutting-edge research.

LATEST NEWS

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Tainming Liu Inducted into AIMBE

Distinguished Research Professor of Computer Science named 2018 Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering

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Two Neuroscience Faculty Win Distinguished Award

Brett Clementz and Michael Tiemeyer were bestowed the title of Distinguished Research Professor during the UGA's 2018 Honors Week

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New Industry Engagement Site

This new Office of Research resource facilitates collaboration between UGA entities, its faculty, and industry partners

UPCOMING EVENTS

DEADLINES

Internal Deadlines

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External Deadlines

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