grad schools

Scott A. Oakman oakma001 at maroon.tc.umn.edu
Mon May 23 09:27:15 EST 1994


In article <2rp932$o15 at hannibal.psych.ucla.edu> Stephan Anagnostaras,
stephan at hannibal.psych.ucla.edu writes:
> 
> Here are some of the best Neuroscience programs to consider:
> 
> (not in any order)
> 
> UCLA Interdisciplinary Neuroscience
> UCSD Interdisciplinary Neuroscience
> UCSF Neuroscience
> berkeley Neuroscience
> Duke
> Michigan
> Northwestern
> Washington University (St. Louis)
> University of Washington (Washington)
> Cornell, Columbia
> NYU (Neural Science program)
> USC Neuroscience
> Purdue Neuroscience
> Stanford
> MIT
> Boston U
> 
> 
> Many others. (Anyone who feels slighted, add your university here)

Thank you for this opportunity to say that the University of Minnesota,
Minneapolis/St. Paul has an excellent interdisciplinary Neuroscience
program with a very diverse faculty and an enjoyable quality of life.


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Scott Oakman                                 
Graduate Program in Neuroscience
University of Minnesota
oakma001 at maroon.tc.umn.edu        
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