The Georgetown Difference
Invested in providing a transformative experience through training, resources, and personalized career strategies in order to equip you to reach your aspirations.
RECENT STUDENT SUCCESS
Mean: 5.3 Years to Defense
4.7 Total Publications
2.3 First Author
66% Initially Post-Doctoral Research (Recent)
26% Tenure-Track Faculty (Established)
32% Groups Under-Represented in Science
56% Female Students
32% Female Core Faculty
700K for 2016-2017
Training Grants in Neural Plasticity and in Translational Biomedical Science
Where Are Our Students?
2010-2017 Alumni’s First Positions
We value our students’ success in our program and in their desired career afterward. Therefore, we provide our students with a variety of resources and career advancement opportunities, giving them the best opportunity to succeed.
66% of our students become post-docs.
17% of our student go into the policy field.
17% of our students explore other career paths.
Visit our Alumni Spotlights page see where our students go!
What is neuroscience?
Neuroscience is the study of how the nervous system develops, its structure and function but more than that, it is an integrative discipline that seeks to understand both normal function and dysfunction. Neuroscientists study functional, evolutionary, computational, molecular, cellular, and medical aspects of the nervous system.
Related program: Master of Science in Integrative Neuroscience