Neuroscience represents one of the most fascinating and complex research areas. In terms of basic sciences, neuroscience is one of the last remaining major frontiers in science. Clinically, neurodegenerative diseases represent a major frontier in that these diseases are among the most devastating and intractable of diseases.
As of 2019, the neuroscience program is comprised 12 students with 43 faculty. Please click on the Neuroscience Faculty list to see our faculty and their publications. For neuroscience graduate student publications, please see Graduate studies Neuroscience list.
- Structural and translational neuroscience
- Molecular Neuroscience
- Developmental Neurobiology
- Neuroproteomics and neurometabolomics
- Synaptic biology and neuromodulation
- Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases
- Animal models of human neuroinfectious and neurodegenerative diseases
- Neuroprogenitor Stem Cell Biology and Cell Replacement Therapies
- Glial and Neuronal Biology
- Retinal Diseases