Cheryl Stucky, PhD, Program Director, with an NDP student

Welcome to the Neuroscience Doctoral Program at MCW!

NDP Group picture 2016The Neuroscience Doctoral Program (NDP) of the Medical College of Wisconsin is an exciting, rigorous and innovative PhD research program that provides highly motivated students from around the world with first-class training in Neuroscience Research.

Our 20 year history offers state-of-the-art research training in Neuroscience domains that range from molecular and cellular signaling to human brain imaging, in over 30 labs within 18 departments and centers, all with strong national funding. Close connections between clinical and basic faculty within our academic medical institute present many opportunities for students to conduct clinically-relevant research on diseases of the nervous system.

Our highly selective program admits on average 5 students per year, allowing the students close interactions and mentoring by our excellent faculty mentors and teachers. The program is scholarly and challenging but student-centered and flexible, and our goal is to help our students develop the knowledge, laboratory skills, critical thinking and communications skills that are essential for a successful career in Neuroscience. --Cheryl Stucky, PhD, NDP Director

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Dr. Teresa Patitucci broadens her anatomy skills through prestigious Anatomy Training Program

Sept. 16 - Teresa Patitucci, PhD, assistant professor of anatomy at MCW-Central Wisconsin, can now add “Oxford scholar” to her CV, kind of. Dr. Patitucci spent this past year broadening her perspective on how anatomy is taught at different institutions as a part of the Anatomy Training Program, including an intensive weeklong training at Oxford University in the United Kingdom.

Traumatic brain injury: What MCW is doing to help people protect against it

July 27 - While many diseases and conditions affect the brain, among the most widespread across all age groups is traumatic brain injury (TBI). This is the primary reason that TBI is a vital area of focus for MCW and its research and clinical partners in the Milwaukee area, including Froedtert Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center.

MCW researcher looks to the eye to understand how the body ticks

July 6 - Joseph C. Besharse, PhD, recaps his pioneering research on the body’s ocular clocks and the effects they have on various eye diseases.

SPUR program hosts record number of undergrad students

July 6 - A record number of undergraduate students from universities across the country are spending their summer vacation pursuing scientific research at the Medical College of Wisconsin as part of the Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR). The program, offered at MCW for more than 30 years, provides a summer internship experience for students considering health-related careers, especially in the biomedical sciences. As part of the program, the MCW Graduate School matches each student with a faculty mentor to provide hands-on research opportunities.

MCW, Marquette play leadership roles in American Conference on Human Vibration

June 14 - The 6th American Conference on Human Vibration, which drew international experts on vibration disease, was held at the Marquette University Alumni Memorial Union June 8-10. The event was jointly hosted by the MCW Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) and the Marquette University and the Medical College of Wisconsin Biomedical Engineering Department.

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Visioin Science Distinguished Lecture

10-17-201612:00 PM  - 1:00 PMEye Institute Lower Level Conference RoomJoseph Carroll, PhD

Title:Genetic, Cell Based and Electronic Treatments for Retinal Disease
Speaker: Robert MacLaren, DPhil, FRCOphth, FRCS

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