The Integrative Biology doctoral degree program at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) has joined forces with Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience (MPFI), the first U.S. institute of the world-renowned Max Planck Society, to offer students a Ph.D. with an emphasis in neuroscience.
The program, known as IBNS (Integrative Biology and Neuroscience), is based on FAU’s Jupiter, Florida campus. IBNS students explore cutting-edge questions in neuroscience through the integration of multiple disciplines, different model systems, and a broad spectrum of technologies. The IBNS Ph.D. can be entered directly or through the umbrella of the Graduate Neuroscience Training Program (GNTP).
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