Welcome to the Rice University Neuroscience Program website. Here you will find access to information regarding our Neuroscience Minor educational program, descriptions and links to the vast array of neuroscience researchers and their laboratories at
our partnering institutions (Rice University, Baylor College of Medicine, and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston), as well as our vision plans for the future of neuroscience in the Texas Medical Center.
NSF IGERT training program in neuroengineeringApplications are now being accepted for the joint Rice University,
Baylor College of Medicine NSF IGERT training program in
neuroengineering. Application Deadline: May 12, 2017
Summer position for undergraduates working on screens to identify therapeutic targets for neurodegenerative disordersJuan Botas, Ph.D. in the Molecular and Human
Genetics department at Baylor College of Medicine/ Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological
Research Institute is looking for 1-2 VERY motivated and hard working
undergraduates to fill 1-2 full-time positions (40hr/week) this summer
A new method developed by Rice University psychologists helps undertstand stroke impactA new method developed by Rice University psychologists for analyzing brain activity may help better understand what happens to the brain following a stroke. The technique is outlined in “The Cognitive Neuroplasticity of Reading Recovery Following Chronic Stroke A Representational
Researchers at Rice, Baylor College of Medicine show how rats remember fearful experiencesResearchers at Baylor College of Medicine and Rice University have revealed for the first time the patterns of electrical activity in rat brains associated with specific memories, in this case fearful experiences.
Neuroscience Research Center (NRC) Neurofax CalendarThe Neuroscience Research Center (NRC) Neurofax Calendar of Houston area Neuroscience events is now available at:https://med.uth.edu/nrc/events/
BCM Neuroscience Seminar Series 2016 - 2017This seminar series attracts leaders from across the United States and
the globe. Weekly seminars are held on Friday in the Department of