Doctor of Philosophy in Neuroscience University of Lethbridge
Research topics in our department are diverse, including animal social behavior, learning and memory, decision making, addiction, developmental plasticity (including the effects of brain injury, stress, and drugs on brain development), neural coding, motor control, comparative neuroanatomy, comparative behavioral analysis, attention, and robotics.
The degree requirements for the Ph.D. program consist of successful completion of courses, a comprehensive examination, a Thesis, and a Thesis Oral Defence. Students develop their programs in consultation with their supervisors. Required courses for the Ph.D. Neuroscience program includes:
- Neuroscience 7901 - Neuroscience Research Dialogues I (0.75 credit hours)
- Neuroscience 7902 - Neuroscience Research Dialogues II (0.75 credit hours)
- Neuroscience 7903 - Neuroscience Research Dialogues III (0.75 credit hours)
- Neuroscience 7904 - Neuroscience Research Dialogues IV (0.75 credit hours)
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