A vision for revamping neuroscience education Cell Press

IMAGE: This infographic shows the career choices of neuroscience PhDs 6-10 years postdoctorate and 11-15 years postdoctorate. view more The expanding scope and growing number of tools used for neuroscience is moving beyond what is taught in traditional graduate programs even as nations around the world make neuroscience a research priority, say leaders in American neuroscience education, funding, and policy. In a Perspective paper published June 1, 2016 in Neuron, the authors call for reinvestment in neuroscience graduate and post-graduate training to meet the challenges of this new era in brain science — such as creating programs to broaden student experiences across disciplines and reimagining scientific staff positions. “These are exciting times of tremendous growth that offer us an excellent opportunity to reflect on and strengthen graduate training in the neurosciences…


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