The Graduate Program in Cognitive Neuroscience is a competitive doctoral training program in the College of Natural Sciences at Colorado State University. The goal of the Program is to prepare students for careers of excellence in neuroscience research and teaching. Cognitive Neuroscience is an active and growing discipline at Colorado State University involving researchers in departments across campus.
Cognitive Neuroscience represent an exciting and rapidly expanding field. Graduate training in Cognitive Neuroscience at Colorado State University provides students with the opportunity to develop a close collaborative relationship with a primary advisor. Incoming students are assigned to a particular faculty member (or members) based on mutual research interests. At the present time, faculty members within the Program have active research programs in the areas of physiological psychology, neural mechanisms of human color perception, clinical neuroscience, biological foundation of perceptual and cognitive capacities, and cognitive neuroscience of learning and memory. The wide range of faculty interests allows broad instruction across the field of neuroscience as well as advanced training in specialized areas.
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
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