Resource:University of California at Riverside, College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, Neuroscience Graduate Program
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Neuroscience is a multidisciplinary approach to understanding nervous systems at levels ranging from the molecular and cellular to the whole organism. The goal of this Program is to prepare students for careers in research, teaching and/or scientific administration.
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|Keywords:||entomology, biology, biomedical science, biotechnology, cell biology, chemistry, nervous system, neuroscience, neuroscientist, psychology, science administration|
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Neuroscience is a multidisciplinar …
iversity of California at Riverside.
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|Keywords||Entomology +, Biology +, Biomedical science +, Biotechnology +, Cell biology +, Chemistry +, Nervous system +, Neuroscience +, Neuroscientist +, Psychology +, and Science administration +|
|Label||Resource:University of California at Riverside, College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, Neuroscience Graduate Program +|
|ModifiedDate||18 May 2011 +|
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|Synonym||UCR Neuroscience +|