Boston University School of Medicine (BUMD Anatomy and Neurobiology)
to January 2013
Scholar Fellow in service of an academic scientific project (Neurobiology, Associate Professor Jean-Jacques Soghomonian)
Assist the PI in Genetics and Molecular Biology applied to a mouse model of Parkinson disease
BUSM’s educational program is designed to train physicians with the clinical skills and knowledge necessary to provide modern health care. A major emphasis is placed on Global Health and many students do international clinical or research electives.
The Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology (BUMD) provides a unique opportunity for graduate students interested in systems neuroscience, applied anatomy, and/or a career in teaching in a medical school setting. Our research mission emphasizes the neuroanatomical basis of normal cognition, circadian rhythms, development, learning, and memory, and how these processes are disrupted in aging, autism, cerebrovascular disease and Parkinson’s disease.
(United States - Massachusetts)