Education and training in medicine, biomedical sciences and neurosciences is a fundamental mission of the Department of Translational Neurosciences. Our faculty contribute to this mission as part of their service to the institution and the education of students in several areas — including neurobehavior, psychiatry, psychology, neurology, neuropharmacology and physiology.
This effort contributes to the University of Arizona’s leadership in educational neurosciences, which places learning about Central Nervous System function and disease in the context of social sciences and educational research. Our department's educational and research mission is supported through various training programs. These include graduate, medical student honors, MSTP, master’s, and undergraduate research training programs at UArizona and its affiliated and local institutes.
- Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, Bachelor of Science Program.
- Graduate Program in Clinical Translational Sciences.
- Medical Student Honors Thesis Program.
- University of Arizona Medical Scientist Training Program.
- University of Arizona College of Graduate Studies.
- The University of Arizona Graduate Program in Neurosciences.
- Arizona State University Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Neuroscience.
- Arizona State University Honors Undergraduate Research Program.