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Northwestern University Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program (NUIN)

Northwestern University Interdepartmental Neurosciences (NUIN) Program is a cross-campus, cross-departmental program with approximately 140 students, over 100 primary faculty members, nested within 20 departments, and representing the full range of neuroscience disciplines. The NUIN program offers integrated multidisciplinary training opportunities in neuroscience with many approaches and levels of analyses, spanning from molecules to systems and behavior.

We nurture the next generation of neuroscientists and seek excellence from our students and faculty mentors in their pursuit of understanding the brain and the neurobiological underpinnings of nervous system disorders. ”

Geoffrey Swanson, PhD
Professor, Department of Pharmacology; Director, NUIN

Geoffrey Swanson, PhD

Overview

State-of-the-art resources, available in individual laboratories as well as via core facilities and cognate research centers, afford NUIN students access to the full range of modern neuroscience techniques.

Program Length: 5 to 6 years

Program Size: 140 students

Tuition: Students in good standing recieve full support, including tuition, living stipend and health insurance.

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Eligibility and Program Requirements

Visit the NUIN site for more information on requirements and eligibility.