Neuroscience students are encouraged to perform independent research in one of the many active labs on campus. In addition, opportunities exist to perform research or get clinical experience at the University of Connecticut Health Center, Hartford Hospital, the Institute of Living and Connecticut Children's Medical Center. In particular, many students do research at the Olin Neuropsychiatry Research Center using EEG and fMRI measures. Many of our students present their work at professional conferences and publish in prestigious journals.
Summer Research Assistantships
A limited number of positions are made available for students to work on campus over the summer as part of the ongoing, year-round activity in Trinity's laboratories.
Senior Honors Thesis Projects
Many neuroscience majors choose to do a senior honors thesis. This is a year-long independent research project that often leads to conference presentations or publications. All thesis students present their work as an oral presentation and as a poster at the science symposium.
Click here to read a list of recent senior honors thesis projects in neuroscience at Trinity.
Click here to link to the Interdisciplinary Science Program.
Click here to link to the Health Fellows Program.
Click here to read opportunities to study away.
Engage in cutting-edge biomedical research with some of the pre-eminent researchers in the world through a 10 week summer research internship at Cedars-Sinai Hospital and Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA (http://cedars-sinai.edu/). Under the direction of Dr. Clive Svedson of the Regenerative Medicine Institute, the selected research fellow will conduct research in one of several areas of regenerative medical research. A stipend of $3500 and housing and travel funds are available from the sponsoring institutions. Contact Prof. Bill Church (CCB 310; William.email@example.com;860-297-2215) for an application form.