Resource:University of Minnesota Graduate Program in Neuroscience
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The graduate program in neuroscience at the University of Minnesota is a large, multidisciplinary program consisting of over 100 faculty members from all parts of the University of Minnesota, over 25 departments from over 10 colleges. The multidisciplinary nature of the Ph.D. program is one of its most significant strengths.
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