The Graduate Program in Neuroscience
at Arizona State University
Our goal is to provide an interdisciplinary program for training graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. We emphasize approaches that integrate several levels of analysis – molecular, cellular, systems, behavioral, cognitive - to investigate basic, translational and clinical questions about the relationship between brain and behavior. Students have the flexibility to tailor a program of study to meet their specific professional goals. We use an array of animals for understanding how nervous systems become adapted to their environments and as models for human neurological conditions. Finally, our program embraces the goals of the New American University at ASU in that it attempts to break from traditional disciplinary and organizational constraints to allow the university to harness its knowledge to transform society. Read a letter from the directors.
Barrow Neurological Institute
Our laboratory investigates the role of CNS progenitors in the normal human brain and in the context of CNS malignancy. In science...
Stephen Helms Tillery
School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering
My research activities have spanned motor control, learning, and sensorimotor integration, and throughout my career have focused on...