to the Neuroscience Program at Washington University!
Our Program offers outstanding neuroscience education
for Ph.D. students and exciting research opportunities
for Postdoctoral scientists. The Program
includes a broad spectrum of research laboratories
that study how the brain works, how it develops
and how it malfunctions in disease. We take pride
in our friendly and vibrant work environment.
Please explore our site to learn about the Program,
the graduate admissions
the Neuroscience community, and city of St. Louis.
The 2013 O'Leary Competition Prize Recipients are Cindy Montana, graduate student in the laboratory of Joe Corbo - "Reprogramming of adult rod photoreceptors prevents retinal degeneration" and Jonathan Power, graduate student in the laboratory of Steve Petersen - "Node integration in resting state MRI networks predicts cognitive impairment after lesions."
Awards were presented at the 58th Annual Bishop Lecture on April 4, 2013
See also the Office of Neuroscience Research
|Tuesday, May 21 , Anatomy & Neurobiology Seminar, 12:00 noon, Rm 928 McDonnell Science, Dr. Tom Schwartz, Harvard University
|Tuesday, May 28 , Anatomy & Neurobiology Seminar, 12:00 noon, Rm 928 McDonnell Science, Dr. Greg DeAngelis, Rockefeller University
|Tuesday, June 4 , Anatomy & Neurobiology Seminar, 12:00 noon, Rm 928 McDonnell Science, Dr. Patrick Drew, Pennsylvania State University