Faculty members, research centers, and training opportunities in Neuroscience research at Washington University
Neuroscience is integrated throughout the two campuses of WashU. Each faculty member has a primary appointment in one (occasionally two) of several departments on the Medical or Danforth Campus. In addition, interdisciplinary research centers and institutes promote collaborations among investigators, regardless of department, on specific topics of brain development, function, or health.
- Training opportunities include graduate programs as well as specialized pathways.
- Interested in a post doc at WashU? Learn more from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs.
- Are you an undergrad thinking about summer research at WashU? Check out the BioSURF program (for WashU undergrads) or other summer programs open to WashU and non-WashU students.