The University of Connecticut offers advanced training in neuroscience at the main campus in Storrs and the Health Center in Farmington. Neuroscience is a key component of UConn's Core Research Initiative, and over 70 faculty are actively engaged in research spanning molecular, cellular, circuits, systems, behavioral, cognitive, and computational neuroscience. Follow the links below for details about our different graduate programs and their affiliated faculty.

UConn Storrs

UConn Health Center

Cross-departmental programs

Upcoming Events

  1. Aug 20 ELM: Expression, Communication And Expression Conference12:00am
  2. Aug 21 ELM: Expression, Communication And Expression Conference12:00am
  3. Aug 22 ELM: Expression, Communication And Expression Conference12:00am
  4. Aug 31 Neuroscience Journal Club 12:00pm
  5. Sep 1 Neuroscience Seminar Series - Gayen11:00am
  6. Sep 7 Neuroscience Journal Club - Fabrizio-Stover12:00pm
  7. Sep 8 Neuroscience Seminar Series - Jin11:00am
  8. Sep 14 Neuroscience Journal Club - Ragan12:00pm
  9. Sep 15 Neuroscience Seminar Series - Yue11:00am
  10. Sep 21 Neuroscience Journal Club - Rouillard 12:00pm
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