• Patrick Mullen

    Patrick Mullen to Receive this year's Parsons Award

    NGP Student, Pat Mullen is this year's winner of the Rodney L. Parsons Anatomy and Neurobiology Award

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  • Our Newest Graduates

    Mahafuza Aktar, Matt McCabe, Nick Toker, and John McInnis now join our proud list of alumni after successfully defending earlier this month.

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  • Megan Perkins to Receive Parsons Award

    NGP graduate student in Dr. Margaret Vizzard's lab was name the winner of the 2018-19 Rodney L. Parsons Anatomy and Neurobiology Award.

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  • Yu Han

    Yu Han, Communication Sciences & Disorders

    Yu is a second-year student investigating the neural mechanisms underlying emotion regulation and theory of mind among children with autism.

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Welcome to the Neuroscience Graduate Program

The Neuroscience Graduate Program at the University of Vermont is a multidisciplinary, Ph.D. granting program that has more than 50 faculty mentors across 9 departments and 4 colleges. This program emphasizes rigorous training in neuroscience-related research and prepares students for a variety of science related careers in addition to tenure-stream academic careers. We provide training in multidisciplinary research and scientific survival skills so that our graduates are effective Stewards of Neuroscience.

About Us

Highly personalized teaching and support




Enjoy events including informative seminars, journal club meetings, and conferences

Prospective students

Choose UVM for its comprehensive programs and great location