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Led by expert faculty with active research labs, NU's neuroscience program challenges majors to understand and explore the human nervous system in health and disease, while preparing them to manage the public health challenges of our global population.

The neuroscience major exposes students to a rapidly growing field at the intersection of biology and psychology. Majors undertake interdisciplinary learning at the earliest stages of their undergraduate careers, drawing knowledge from a variety of specialties. Neuroscience graduates effectively master the human nervous system from cellular, molecular, biochemical, cognitive, and behavioral perspectives through a program emphasizing a strong foundation in the natural sciences.

Meet Our Neuroscience Faculty

  • Megan Doczi

    Megan Doczi

    “We still don’t understand what happens in the nervous system to create things like consciousness. That unknown is what draws me to neuroscience.” Read More
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