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School of Neuroscience Class 2019

On Saturday May 18th, 2019, the School of Neuroscience celebrated its fourth graduation ceremony.

The Neuroscience program at Virginia Tech takes a very broad view of Neuroscience considering any interactions that are directed or perceived by the nervous system as Neuroscience. For example, any expression of artistry is generated and perceived by brain circuits, as are emotions, motivation, empathy, passion and compassion. Communications between cells, individual organisms, organismal groups and even societies are governed by brain activity.

Whether a student wishes to pursue Neuroscience research in the future or simply acquire this wealth of knowledge, understanding Neuroscience makes us more competent human beings, and provides us skills to be applied to a multitude of careers in art, music, architecture, urban and community planning, law, finance, policy, politics, health care and many other professions.

Clinical Neuroscience Major

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Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience Major

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Computational and Systems Neuroscience Major

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Experimental Neuroscience Major

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Current Job Openings

As our growth continues, the School of Neuroscience is currently seeking the following candidates: 


Spotlight

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Students get to experience a brain computer interface by playing Pong. 

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Meet Saket Bikmal, freshman student in Computational and Systems Neuroscience.

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Compilation of student submitted fluorescent micrographs,  acquired during the Fall 2018 NEUR:2035 Neuroscience Laboratory course.  

School of Neuroscience is leading a three-year, $2.6 million study looking at the connection between traumatic head injuries and epilepsy.

Alternative treatments for depression and anxiety. Georgia Hodes talks with Les Sinclair about alternative treatments for depression and anxiety. HEAR INTERVIEW!

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Targeting the Body to treat the Brain. Georgia Hodes, Assistant Professor.