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Assistantships|Graduate Neuroscience Program

We seek to have all students supported by state or extramural sources. Students early in their graduate education will be supported by state-funded assistantships and serve as TA's for neuroscience courses. After that time, our goal is to have students transferred from state-funded assistantships to either individual grants or Center grants. Students pursuing the Ph.D. degree are limited to a maximum of eight semesters of Neuroscience Center-funded assistantship. The Neuroscience Program Handbook contains further information about the standards for student support.

The Neuroscience Advisory Group (NAG) will, after discussion with the Neuroscience faculty, determine the awarding of assistantships from the Graduate School. In addition, the Committee will discuss and oversee awarding Assistantships through the Neuroscience Center grant.

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