The Department of Neuroscience seeks a tenure-track investigator to develop innovative research programs in theoretical and computational neuroscience.
Senior graduate students are invited to present their thesis research at Washington University in May 2024. This two-day, all-expenses-paid visit will include one-on-one faculty meetings, networking activities with postdocs and graduate students, and a tour of St. Louis.
Neuroprep is a two-year, paid program for recent college graduates from groups currently under-represented in the profession to gain research skills in preparation for grad school.
Our laboratory animal technicians are the backbone of basic research that relies on animal models.
Join us as the Department of Neuroscience at Washington University School of Medicine prepares to relocate into a new state-of-the-art neurosciences research building.