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This book focuses on interdisciplinary research in the field of biomedical engineering and neuroscience. Biomedical engineering is a vast field, ranging from bioengineering to brain-computer interfaces. The book explores the system-level function and dysfunction of the nervous system from scientific and engineering perspectives.
Description. The Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Sciences-Neurosciences is an inter-institutional program that allows students to complete research projects under the guidance of a neuroscience faculty member at Kent State University, Cleveland Clinic or Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED).
The interdisciplinary nature of the Graduate Program in Neuroscience provides students with the breadth of knowledge and technical acumen that is highly sought in today's competitive job market. The Neuroscience PhD program is part of the Graduate Program in Biomedical Sciences (GPiBS) umbrella program.
In partnership with the Australasian Neuroscience Society, one of the largest annual biomedical conferences held in the Australasian region, Frontiers in Neuroscience Journal Series announces an article collection that will highlight cutting-edge research presented at the 2018 meeting from Monday 3rd - Thursday 6 December 2018 in Brisbane.
Neuroscience is one of eight interdisciplinary PhD themes within Graduate Biomedical Sciences (GBS). Students select a theme upon application but have access to faculty and courses from across GBS, allowing for flexibility in both research and academics. The Neuroscience Theme provides training
M.S. & PH.D. Programs Neuroscience Graduate degree programs in Neuroscience are available through multiple departments. Students can do their thesis or dissertation research under the supervision of a broad array of faculty with a large range of disciplinary foci. For more information, please visit the various program websites listed below.