Programs and Curriculum

The Neuroscience Program at UB offers two degree programs through the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.

The Neuroscience Program is an interdisciplinary undertaking of research and education offering doctoral and master’s degrees.

The program encompasses over 91 faculty in 19 Departments in the Schools of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Research Institute on Addictions, and the Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. This provides both students and faculty with maximal academic flexibility and takes full advantage of the largest University in the SUNY academic system.

Program Statistics

  • Current Graduate Students: 33
  • Current Faculty: 91
  • Affiliated Divisions: 19
  • Degree Programs: MS, PhD
Interdisciplinary degree program, part of the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences PhD.
Our program offers studies in cell biology, advanced neuroscience, topics in neuroscience, advanced statistics and neuroanatomy research.
This minor offers you a comprehensive background of modern medical neuroscience. Our curriculum is focused on how the central nervous system is organized, the pathophysiology of disease and treatment of disease states.
Overview of our available neuroscience courses.
Through interdisciplinary coursework and a variety of laboratory experiences, you will learn from faculty-scientists with expertise in neuroscience-related fields.
Learn about our admissions criteria and how to apply at the graduate or doctoral level.