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 Erica Stewart 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.
- 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.
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.