McGill University Integrated Program In Neuroscience

Montreal, QC
Program Description
IPN is an interdisciplinary and interdepartmental graduate program. Our 600 students and 230 supervisors execute cutting-edge research in diverse fields of neuroscience, ranging from cellular and molecular, to behavioural and cognitive. By allowing our students to conduct research in multiple branches of neuroscience and to enrol in elective courses across disciplines, we ensure that IPN trainees are well-rounded in both the classroom and the lab. In alignment with its high academic and research standards, The IPN offers various funding opportunities and hosts lectures, seminars, and symposia every year. We also value the graduate student experience by working closely with our student association, Graduate Students' Association for Neuroscience (GSAN), and our award-winning community outreach group, BrainReach.
Program Website
http://www.mcgill.ca/ipn
Student and Faculty
Number of Faculty: Number of Students: 594
Ethnicity Hispanic Percent: 0.00% Non-Hispanic Percent: 0.00%
Race Asian: 0.00% American Indian or Alaskan Native: 0.00% Black or African American: 0.00% White: 0.00% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander:: 0.00%
Unique Program Features
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Contact Info

+1 (514) 398-4022

Program Director
Edward S Ruthazer, PhD
edward.ruthazer@mcgill.ca 1(514)398-4022

Contact
Edward S Ruthazer, PhD
edward.ruthazer@mcgill.ca 1(514)398-4022

Research Areas