Our graduate courses are taught by an interdepartmental faculty spanning neurobiology and anatomy, pharmacology and physiology, microbiology and immunology, and biology. Students in the Neuroscience (NEUS) program can earn a master's or PhD degree, leading to careers in scientific research, pharmaceutical research, academic administration, public policy and more
Pharmacology & Physiology
The Pharmacology & Physiology (PHPH) program offers graduate courses leading to the MS and the PhD. Both degrees require independent research under the direction of our faculty, who are engaged in highly active research programs involving molecular, cellular and behavioral approaches to experimental pharmacology and physiology.