Open to students in grades 9–12, contestants in this spelling bee–style event answer questions about the brain and nervous system until a single student remains.
A degree in neuroscience is the foundation of a variety jobs in science and medicine, whether you start right after graduation or continue on to a Ph.D. The field has been described as “explosive” by Science Careers, with a high demand for those with knowledge and skills related to neuroscience.
Not sure of your interest? There are options. Whether it’s behavioral, cellular/molecular, or computational work, neuroscience will help you find your passion.
Whatever area you choose to focus on, you’ll learn from renowned faculty, have the opportunity to conduct your own research, become a leader, and graduate ready to take on any challenge.
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