The Doctorate in Neuroscience program equips researchers with a comprehensive and interdisciplinary understanding of neuroscience and behavioral sciences, offering a high level of specialization in these areas. Through multidisciplinary training, students develop a unified approach to addressing the complex challenges in their field. They receive specific training within a research group, gaining hands-on experience in essential technical skills necessary for conducting focused research in their chosen area of study. This multidisciplinary training is personalized and supplemented with integrated teaching methods to acquire knowledge of the specific research problems and techniques in various branches covered by the doctoral program, including molecular neurobiology, neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, cognitive neuroscience, cognitive psychology, and behavioral biology.

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