Welcome to the Department of Neuroscience!

Through fundamental discovery, collaboration, and education of the next generation of neuroscientists, we seek to elucidate nervous system function and eradicate neural disease.

Department EVENTS

Department Calendar

Upcoming Events

  1. Sep 29

  2. Sep 30

  3. Oct 06

  4. Oct 07

  5. Oct 08

  6. Oct 09


UF Neuro Open House

Interested in learning more about the Neuroscience Concentration of the UF College of Medicine’s Biomedical Sciences PhD program, the Research Master’s Program in Neuroscience, or the Online Master’s in Neuroscience? Attend an Open House on Either October 6th, October 20th, or November 17th at 6:30pm EST. Please complete the form below to indicate your attendance and to be emailed the Zoom information. We hope to see you there!

Register for Virtual Graduate Fair

  • Please let us know in which research areas you are most interested.
  • Please let us know if you have interest in working with a particular faculty member.

Department News

North Central Florida Chapter of the Society for…

The North Central Florida chapter of the Society for Neuroscience will be hosting a virtual fall general body meeting on Thursday, September 9th at…

SfN Publication Card

MBI – UF neuroscientists discover biomarker with…

University of Florida neuroscientists have developed a new assay, or test, to detect minute amounts of a protein called tyrosine hydroxylase in blood…


SNIP students arrive on campus for summer program

On May 29, Summer Neuroscience Internship Program (SNIP) students for the 2021 program arrived on UF’s campus. These interns will join active…

Diversity, Inclusion and Equity

Our department prioritizes diversity, equity and inclusion principles. We believe that unique experiences and perspectives are essential for inspiring creativity and scientific discovery and preparing the next generation of scientific leaders.


Student life

Education and Training

Our trainees conduct research on some of the most challenging and urgent questions within the neuroscience field today. Our students regularly publish in top journals and are supported by numerous specialized training (T32) grants from the National Institutes of Health.