Interdisciplinary Excellence in Neuroscience Teaching and Research
Temple scientists are at the forefront of research and teaching in the rapidly expanding world of neuroscience. We support an interdisciplinary approach to this exciting field of study, with our neuroscience programs spanning multiple Schools, Colleges, and research centers. More information can be found through the links below.
The College of Liberal Arts Neuroscience Program Our neuroscience degree program teaches students to explore neural and brain function at multiple levels in a rapidly growing field. Our students study the neural basis of addiction, developmental disorders, ADHD, depression, anxiety, age-related disorders and much more.
The College of Science and Technology Neuroscience-Cellular & Molecular B.S. Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience is designed to provide rigorous preparation in scientific knowledge at the molecular, cellular and behavioral levels to those students interested in pursuing advanced studies and professional development in neuroscience, medicine or a related field in life sciences.
Lewis Katz School of Medicine Biomedical Sciences Program with Neurosciences Concentration The Neuroscience cluster is an educational working group, supporting PhD, MD/PhD, and MS educational/research programs within Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University’s Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program. This cluster provides thematic courses, research opportunities, and educational activities related to neuroscience, bringing together faculty members from basic science and clinical departments, as well as research centers—Center of Substance Abuse, Center for Neurovirology and Comprehensive NeuroAIDS Center, and Shriner’s Hospitals Pediatric Research Center.