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Centers and Center Grants

The CND holds a weekly seminar series that is very well attended by many neuroscience graduate students interested in neurodegenerative diseases and translational neuroscience research. It also provides graduate students in the Emory Neuroscience Program or the Emory GA Tech Biomedical Engineering Program the opportunity to take cross-disciplinary courses that are not offered in their respective institution. The Neuroethics Program is an interdisciplinary, inter-departmental group of scholars interested in the intersection of neuroscience, ethics, and society. The Program also offers Neuroethics Scholars Program Fellowships and maintains the Neuroethics Blog, the official blog of the International Neuroethics Society American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience.

Amount: $1000
A List of Neuroscience Nursing Scholarships

Neuroscience nursing scholarships help pay for the costs of higher education in this constantly changing field. Through ongoing research, the Research Grant Programs of the Neuroscience Nursing Foundation advances neuroscience nursing. Students preparing for a career in neuroscience nursing may qualify for the Haley Scholarship to the William F. The scholarships are awarded to students major in one of the natural sciences other than chemistry, including neuroscience.

Amount: $2500
Proposal Development

This two-phase award will facilitate completion of the doctoral dissertation and transition of talented graduate students to strong neuroscience research postdoctoral positions and will provide career development opportunities relevant to their long-term career goal of becoming independent neuroscience researchers.

Neuroscience Program

The Neuroscience Program is supported in part through a number of competitive National Institutes of Health training grants. Training grants have supported student research in traditional neuroscience, computational neuroscience, brain and behavior, molecular and cellular neuroscience, quantitative biology, and dynamical systems.

OSU Wexner Medical Center Receives $4.8 Million In National Neuroscience Grants

COLUMBUS, Ohio Researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center have been awarded two grants totaling $4.8 million to support traumatic brain injury and neuroscience research at Ohio State’s Neurological Institute. With the second award, the Ohio State University Neuroscience Center Core received a four-year, $1.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroketo support research into the causes and treatments of neurological disorders. By centralizing equipment and expertise in these core facilities, the core center maximizes the quality and efficiency of neuroscience research on the Ohio State University campus, ensuring uniform application of best practices and encouraging the adoption of a broader range of technical approaches by individual investigators.

Dominick P.Purpura Neuroscience

Purpura Neuroscience offers a number of funding opportunities for graduate students and postdoctoral associates.

Training Grants

This training grant represents the core external funding support of the Emory Neuroscience Program. It provides stipend support for 7 students in the neuroscience program. Trainees carry out supervised research with the primary objective of developing their research skills and knowledge in the field of neurological disease with mentors with exceptional scientific and teaching experience from both basic neuroscience and clinical research.

BU-led Research Team Wins Competitive $7.5 million MURI Grant to Create Neuro-Autonomous Robots

Under this MURI grant entitled Neuro-Autonomy: Neuroscience-Inspired Perception, Navigation, and Spatial Awareness for Autonomous Robots, the research team will conduct experiments to gain insights into how humans and animals process visual and other stimuli to engage in goal-directed navigation. This MURI grant makes possible the multidisciplinary collaboration of an extraordinary team of researchers who bridge the neuroscience, engineering, and computer science worlds.The team spans two continents and brings together some of the pre-eminent experts in neuroscience, with emphasis on localization, mapping, and navigation functions, with experts in robotics, computer vision, control systems, and algorithms.

Amount: $12000
Student Research Awards

Erika Raven, Ph.D. candidate in the Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience and ARCS Foundation Laytham Scholar.

Amount: $1000
Public Impact Fellowship UCI

Public Impact Fellowships highlight and support doctoral or MFA students whose current research has the potential for substantial impact in the public sphere. Graduate Division Public Impact Distinguished Fellowships: $12,000 to be used as a stipend. Graduate Division Public Impact Fellowships: $1,000 to be used as a stipend. In such cases, students are encouraged to consult with the UCI Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships. This Public Impact Distinguished Fellowship will enable me to continue engaging in empirical research that is not just theoretically useful, but is also policy relevant and practically useful. Currently, Rachel serves as the Graduate Association of Biomedical Engineering Students president connecting local industry to BME graduate students.