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About Neuroscience at UConn

The University of Connecticut offers advanced training in a wide range of neuroscience and related disciplines at the main campus in Storrs (www.uconn.edu) and the Health Center in Farmington (www.uchc.edu).  Over 70 faculty in various departments in the School of Medicine in Farmington, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the School of Engineering, and the School of Pharmacy at Storrs are actively engaged in the neuroscience research.  Follow the links for details of the different graduate programs and the affiliated faculty.

Upcoming Events

  1. 8/19 Collective Behavior in Dissipative Structures: Flocking and Soccer
  2. 8/22 MCB Dissertation Defense: Sarah J. McAnulty
  3. 8/23 MCB Dissertation Defense: Michael E. Stephens Jr.
  4. 8/23 Doctoral Dissertation Oral Defense of Brittany Knight
  5. 8/27 MCB Seminar Series: Michael D.L. Johnson, Ph.D.
  6. 9/10 MRI statistical analyses methods, pain processing
  7. 9/11 PNB Seminar Series Dr. Chris Cain
  8. 9/13 ECOM Meet&Greet
  9. 9/17 MCB Seminar Series: Dr. Mayu Inaba-Oguro
  10. 9/18 Workshop: FreeSurfer Practical Workshop
  11. 9/20 Cognitive Science Colloquium: Marjorie Solomon
  12. 9/24 MCB Seminar Series: Dr. Graham Hatfull
  13. 10/1 MCB Seminar Series: Dr. Britt Koskella
  14. 10/8 MCB Seminar Series: Dr. Sevinc Ercan
  15. 10/9 PNB Seminar Series
  16. 10/15 Face to Face, Brain to Brain: Exploring the Mechanisms of Dyadic Social Interactions
  17. 10/16 PNB Seminar Series : Dr. Jeffrey R. Holt
  18. 10/17 ECOM Spotlight Dr. Emily Myers
  19. 10/21 ANYA Movie Screening

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