UPDATE ON FALL 2020 CLASSES AND EVENTS:
Math Tools for Neuroscience (NEURL-GA - 2207) will be held in a hybrid format where students can choose if they attend online or in person.
Cellular Neuroscience (NEURL-GA - 2201) and the accompanying lab (NEURL-GA - 2203) will be held wholly online.
Neuroscience Electives (Wang's Computational Neuroscience and Rinzel's Modeling of Neuronal Dynamics) will be taught in the hybrid format.
Rotations should be worked out on an individual basis with lab supervisors.
Any departmental event that has an in-person component will also be made remotely accessible.
For decades, NYU has served as a premier training ground for new generations of neuroscientists. With the addition of many new faculty and modern laboratory space, NYU has broadened its training mission. Neuroscience research at NYU spans molecular, cellular, developmental, systems, cognitive, behavioral, and computational approaches to understanding the brain. The breadth and depth of our neuroscience research arises from two cooperative centers located in lower Manhattan - the Center for Neural Science (CNS) and the Neuroscience Institute (NI). CNS, located at NYU’s Washington Square campus, is home to 28 core neuroscience labs, affiliate labs in biology, psychology, and physics, and is NYU’s portal for undergraduate neuroscience education. The NI is located at NYU’s medical school and houses more than 25 core neuroscience labs as well as affiliates in allied departments. Connected by a free university bus service, CNS and NI serve as the joint pillars of graduate training in neuroscience at NYU. Prospective graduate students apply through a single online portal and applications are jointly reviewed by a single admissions committee that spans CNS and NI.
Details about the application and admission processes, the neuroscience curriculum, and a list of neuroscience faculty mentors can be found here.