Miami University recruiting MS and PhD students in Neuroscience

Ongoing Neuroscience research at Miami University includes neural oscillations and circuits, neuroendocrine signalling and energy balance, developmental neurobiology, addiction, learning and memory, and the neural basis of behavior. Graduate students have opportunities to gain experience in behavioral, molecular, electrophysiological, and anatomical approaches to the study of the nervous system.  In addition to fully equipped Neuroscience labs in the Departments of Biology and Psychology, students also have full access to state of the art equipment in the Center for Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics and the Center for Advanced Microscopy and Imaging in order to conduct their research. All students receive tuition wavers and teaching or research assistantships.

For more information, see the Center for Neuroscience and Behavior website ( or contact Dr. Dawn Blitz ([email protected])