Graduate Program in Neuroscience
The Graduate Program in Neuroscience is dedicated to providing a center of excellence for the training of outstanding graduate students in the field of Neuroscience. Our Graduate Program is an interdisciplinary program of study leading to a Ph.D. degree in Neuroscience. We look to prepare the next generation of scientists who will advance our understanding of the brain/nervous system.
Neuroscience faculty expertise and research interests range from the genome to the clinic. Our program enhances interaction among our internationally renowned faculty, and enables graduate students to take advantage of the full depth and breadth of neuroscience research conducted at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Our PhD students are highly sought after, routinely being appointed as postdoctoral fellows at prestigious institutions.
Research Focus Groups
Current Events and PIN in the News
- Lindsay Pickett, a PIN student, is our most recent recipient of an National Research Service Award (NRSA) predoctoral training fellowship grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
- Danielle Cusmano, a graduate of PIN, has been selected by the Endocrine Society as a recipient of the Endocrinology Student Award for an Outstanding Publication in 2014.
- Click here to see the 2015-16 PIN Seminar Series Schedule
- Every June, the Program in Neuroscience hosts a one day retreat. See the program for last year's retreat here.