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Exhibition October 10 – 26, 2014


work in and around the brain

Curated by Patricia Maurides in collaboration with the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition




Featuring investigations, translations and reflections by artists and neuroscientists.

Upcoming Events

10-27 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Brain Bag - Berquin Feese & Nicole Rafidi

10-28 11:00am - 12:00pm
Seminar, receptor tyrosine kinase regulation

10-29 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Residents' CPC Series

10-31 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Developmental Brown Bag

10-31 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Pitt Psychology Colloquia

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Graduate Training

The CNBC administers two training programs to which individuals may apply even before arrival in Pittsburgh.

  • CNBC Graduate Training Program. This certificate program is open to students pursuing Ph.D.s in CNBC-affiliated departments. Participants take a set of core courses in cellular, systems, computational and cognitive neuroscience and engage in various activities fostering cross-campus interaction among individuals interested in the neural mechanisms of cognition. Students may apply for membership when applying to a CNBC-affiliated doctoral program or at any time after arrival.  Apply Online.
  • Program in Neural Computation (PNC). This Ph.D. program is designed specifically for students with a strong computational background (in an area such as computer science, physics, mathematics or engineering) who wish to work in a field in which computational approaches are applied to the understanding of the nervous system. It is administered directly through the CNBC. The training faculty are drawn from both the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. Apply Online. In addition, a PhD in Statistics and Neural Computation is offered jointly through the CNBC and the Department of Statistics. This degree is aimed at students who want to join the PNC program, while also specializing in statistics.

The CNBC also administers three training programs designed to provide in-depth interdisciplinary training in particular subjects relevant to cognitive neuroscience. Students typically apply to these programs during or after their first year in the CNBC Graduate Training Program.