Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Neurosciences Special Academic Unit

Office in Physiology Building, Room 109
Carol A. Seger, Director

The Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Neurosciences (MCIN) program is a 1 year graduate Ph.D. student admission and rotation program. During their year in the program, students take a set of core courses and complete three laboratory rotations. At the end of the program they select a faculty mentor and transfer into a participating degree granting department to complete their Ph.D.requirements. The degree-granting departments are Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Biology; Biomedical Sciences; Chemical and Biological Engineering; Computer Science; Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences; Health and Exercise Science; Human Development and Family Studies; Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology; Occupational Therapy; and Psychology. The program has been named as one of CSU's Programs of Research and Scholarly Excellence.

More information about the program and the MCIN faculty rotation may be found on the Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Neurosciences (MCIN) webpage. 

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Effective Spring 2003 

NB 500Readings in Cellular Neurobiology1
NB 501Cellular and Molecular Neurophysiology2
NB 502/CM 502Techniques in Molecular & Cellular Biology2
NB 503/BMS 503Developmental Neurobiology3
NB 505/BMS 505Neuronal Circuits, Systems and Behavior3
NB 586Practicum-Techniques in Neuroscience II1
NB 793Neuroscience Seminar 12
NB 795Independent StudyVar
Select one from the following: 12
Group Study: Ion Channels
Group Study: Neuronal Growth and Regeneration
Group Study: Topics in Neuroscience
Group Study: Seizures and Epilepsy
Group Study: Neuroendocrine Mechanisms
Program Total Credits:16