Duke University Neurobiology Graduate Program

Durham, NC
Program Description
Our Neurobiology Graduate Training Program offers a program of graduate study leading to a Ph.D. degree in Neurobiology. The goal is to train scientists who will lead the field through positions in research-oriented institutions. We strive to train Ph.D. students for careers that will further knowledge about how the brain works and/or develop treatments and cures for neurological, neuropsychiatric, and developmental disorders. Our students go on to work in research universities, biotechnology companies, and teaching colleges.
Student and Faculty
Number of Faculty: 51 Number of Students: 67
Ethnicity Hispanic Percent: 12.00% Non-Hispanic Percent: 0.00%
Race Asian: 34.00% American Indian or Alaskan Native: 3.00% Black or African American: 6.00% White: 45.00% Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander:: 0.00%
Unique Program Features
Program Characteristics
Year Established: 1988 Type of Campus: Main Campus
Contact Info

1(919)681-4243 david.gaines1@duke.edu

Program Director
Jorg M Grandl, PhD
grandl@neuro.duke.edu (919)684-1144

Contact
David Gaines
david.gaines1@duke.edu

Research Areas