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Center for Neuroscience, Mind & Behavior

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BRAIN AWARENESS WEEK 2014 @ BGSU

Kids learned about Brain anatomy and Function

 

WELCOME

The J.P. Scott Center for Neuroscience, Mind & Behavior at Bowling Green State University is an interdisciplinary research center that is comprised of faculty, post-doctoral researchers, graduate, and undergraduate students from the Departments of Psychology, Biology, Communication Disorders and Philosophy, who are pursuing interdisciplinary programs of research that advance understanding of the dynamic relationship between the nervous system, mind, and behavior. Our general mission is to offer a mechanistic understanding of integrated systems of behavior at levels of analysis that bridge individual molecules, cells, and circuits with mental processes and cognition. We welcome and encourage participation of faculty and students with interdisciplinary research interests in the neural or cognitive sciences that contribute to the broad Center mission at any level of analysis.

Mission Statement

The J. P. Scott Center for Neuroscience, Mind & Behavior at Bowling Green State University is an interdisciplinary research center that is comprised of faculty, post-doctoral researchers, graduate, and undergraduate students from the Departments of Psychology, Biology, Communication Disorders and Philosophy, who are actively pursuing interdisciplinary programs of research that advance understanding of the dynamic relationship between the nervous system, mind, and behavior.

The general mission is to offer a mechanistic understanding of integrated systems of behavior at levels of analysis that bridge individual molecules, cells, and circuits with mental processes and cognition, prepare undergraduate students, graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows for research careers in industry, academia, and government, and share its neuroscience and behavioral expertise with the wider community through public outreach and K-12 education.  The research focus is broad with areas of interest that include neural basis of spatial navigation, reward processing, circadian rhythms and communication.  We welcome inquiries from students looking for an academic program that will be diverse in the neuroscience field and allow for freedom to explore novel and transformative brain and behavior studies.

 

 

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Come learn about the brain and mind with our BGSU neuroscience and behavior team.