Doctoral student Jessie Polanco Garcia (left) conducts research in the laboratory of adviser, Fraser J. Sim, PhD, in areas such as G-protein coupled receptor regulation of human myelination.

Our program boasts interdisciplinary research across 19 departments at the University of Buffalo.

The program holds various seminars throughout the year featuring renowned scholars in the field.
Our research has been published in a variety of national and international peer-reviewed journals.
Our faculty secure major research grants from various National Institutes of Health as well as private sources.
Held annually, Neuroscience Research Day is an event geared to bring together local and state-wide researchers for promulgation of our research.