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Neuroscience at University of Florida: Neuroscience at UF

Resources and tools used in neuroscience research at University of Florida

Centers and Institutes

The McKnight Brain Institute (MBI) houses multidisciplinary research programs focused on the study of the nervous system and the development of new therapeutics and cures for neurological disorders

Department of Neuroscience, College of Medicine

The Center for NeuroGenetics (CNG) "integrates molecular, genetic and clinical approaches to define the causes of neurodegenerative disease and develop effective treatment strategies."

The Center for Addiction Research & Education provides "a comprehensive interdisciplinary environment in the neurosciences leading to specialized research related to the neurobiological consequences of alcohol and drug abuse."

The Center for Smell and Taste provides "a forum to coordinate and promote basic and applied research and education in the chemical senses at the University of Florida."

The Center for Translational Research in Neurodegenerative Disease (CTRND) "discovers, develops and evaluates future treatments and diagnostics for degenerative central nervous system conditions including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, stroke and other brain neurodegenerative disorders."

Quick Links

Guide on Bioinformatics: Contains bioinformatics resources and tools available at UF and beyond, including Health Science Center Library support

Guide on Genetics: Includes resources and tools on genetics available at UF including library support for genetics

Guide on Genomics: This guide contains links to resources that will help with your genomics-related research

Degree Programs

Graduate Program in Genetics & Genomics:This program’s physical heart is in the brand-new Genetics Institute Building- a multi-college, multi-faceted research center- and is designed to give students a solid, interdisciplinary foundation in the first year, with opportunities for specialization in the second year and beyond. 

 Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences:(IDP) is a Graduate program emphasizing biomedical laboratory research, through a core curriculum and specialization in one of six advance concentrations: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Genetics, Immunology and Microbiology, Molecular Cell Biology, Neuroscience, and Physiology and Pharmacology.    

 Animal Molecular and Cellular Biology Graduate Program: The goal of the AMCB Interdisciplinary Concentration is to educate graduate students with an understanding of the principles of molecular and cell biology and the application of this knowledge to contemporary problems of comparative biology.     

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