NURO 799. Neuroscience Seminar Series. 2 Hours.
Presentations of research papers by faculty, post-doctoral research associates, and graduate students. All graduate students in the Neuroscience program participate in this seminar series throughout their period of training. Each student has to present a seminar once every semester. Presentations by students are evaluated by other graduate students and faculty at the end of each seminar. (Same as NEUS 799.) Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the Neuroscience program. LEC.
The KU-L/KUMC bicampus Neuroscience Graduate Program is designed to prepare the student for a research and/or teaching career with concentrations in neuroscience. The program emphasizes research and the skills and knowledge required to perform and communicate the results of research. Modern neuroscience researchers/educators must be versed in a number of areas of neural research, spanning from molecular neuroscience to systems neuroscience. As such, the course of study in the program is broadly based; you are encouraged to enroll in courses offered by other programs or departments. The research opportunities in the program are widely varied and will accommodate many interests. Nearly all Ph.D. students in the Neuroscience Graduate Program at the KU School of Medicine are admitted into the Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in the Biomedical Sciences (IGPBS). After the initial year of course work, students choose a neuroscience research mentor and then join the laboratory of the mentor. Coursework for the Neuroscience Graduate Program is offered at the KU Medical Center campus in Kansas City, Kansas as well as the University of Kansas in Lawrence. Several courses are taught on both campuses via videoconferencing. Comprehensive Exams for all students must be completed by the fall of the 3 rd year in Graduate School. The program on the KUMC campus is directed by the KUMC Neuroscience Graduate Studies Committee consisting of the following faculty: KUMC Graduate Studies Committee Members: Douglas Wright, PhD Dianne Durham, PhD John Stanford, PhD Applications may be made online at: Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences (IGPBS) . Inquires related to the KUMC portion of the program may be directed to the Program Director: Douglas Wright, Ph.D. Professor Director, Neuroscience Graduate Program, KUMC Campus Department of Anatomy & Cell Biology University of Kansas Medical Center Kansas City, KS 66160 913-588-2713 (office) 913-588-2710 (fax) firstname.lastname@example.org