The Center for Mind, Brain, Computation and Technology at the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute welcomes applications for its graduate training programs:
*Extended Application Deadline: Friday, July 1st, 2022 at 5pm PST
Mind, Brain, Computation and Technology membership is founded on the idea that contemporary research about the emergent functions of the nervous system often requires the integration of experimental investigations with computation and advanced technologies. Membership in the center supports PhD students from empirical, computational, technical or theoretical backgrounds as they stretch beyond the traditional boundaries of their department or lab to learn complementary interdisciplinary approaches, advancing their research and helping them develop into leaders and innovators in their field.
The NeuroTech training program draws Stanford graduate students from the technical disciplines of engineering, computer science, statistics, applied physics and physics into the emerging world of neurotechnology. As a NeuroTech trainee, you will spend three years immersed in coursework, research, seminars and travel opportunities designed to introduce you to the unique questions and challenges facing the field of neuroscience, so you can apply your technical skills to advancing neuroscience discovery and human health. Working together with faculty mentors and fellow trainees, NeuroTech students prepare to tackle these challenges and to become leaders in the emerging field of neurotechnology.
Want to know more? Come to the NeuroTech virtual information session on Weds, June 22!
- MBCT Information Session Slides
- NeuroTech Information Session Rescheduled to:
Friday, June 24, 2022 from 2:00pm -- 2:30pm
Led by co-director: EJ Chichilnisky