Why Graduate Study at WVU?
Neuroscience graduate students can apply for up to $500 in travel support for presenting their research at a national conference of their choosing. To apply, please fill out a Student Travel Program Request Form and email it to Becca Rohn at email@example.com.
- Morgantown is a vibrant campus community with a small feel, but large amenities and a central location to many major metropolitan hubs. Explore the campus and community. Additional resources compiled by the Health Sciences Office of Diversity including on-campus and off-campus support communities, financial support, community services, and much more can be found here.
- Students can also attend and present research at national and international conferences and can apply for travel support when presenting.
- Publishing opportunities in top-level journals and weekly journal clubs.
- Career path interest groups allow students to hone future skills and connect with their peers.
- There are teaching and outreach opportunities.
- We also offer full tuition, competitive annual stipends and health insurance benefits.
Neuroscience Graduate Student Organization
The purpose of NGSO is to provide a forum for discussion of matters affecting neuro grad students & an avenue to bring concerns to faculty, organize & conduct activities beneficial to neuro grad students, and conduct neuro outreach in Morgantown. Visit the NGSO Engage page for more information.
Learn more about research, outreach, and activities happening within the Neuroscience Graduate Program through the NeuroNetworks Newsletter.
Neuroscience Graduate Catalog: http://catalog.wvu.edu/graduate/schoolofmedicine/neuroscience/#text
*Note: Graduate students should refer to the handbook for the year they entered the program.