Neuroscience PhD programs in the Northeast?

esl esl at
Wed Jun 13 09:14:36 EST 2001

The UConn Health Center in Farmington has a large neuroscience PhD

On Sat, 09 Jun 2001 13:36:24 GMT, "Mark Zarella"
<markzarella at> wrote:

>Unfortunately, due to personal reasons, I have to stick around the
>Northeast.  Maybe I wasn't clear in my original post.  I'm not counting out
>Boston and NY City, but I'm probably quite limited in the schools that I
>could get into there (with a couple exceptions that I already know about).
>So I was basically wondering about a few schools that seemed a bit less
>selective than the Harvards and the BU's and the like.  Specifically, I was
>looking at UVermont and the State University of New York system and was just
>wondering if anybody knew anything about these.  If they've got horrible
>programs, I'd hate to waste my time.  Thanks for the reply.
>"jim horsman" <jhorsman at> wrote in message
>news:gxgU6.225$Y2.280357 at
>> "Mark Zarella" <markzarella at> wrote in message
>> news:zfPT6.25005$zl5.7959448 at
>> > Hello.  I'm wondering if any of you can recommend any colleges in New
>> > England or New York state to pursue a PhD in neuroscience - aside from
>> > bigger, more well-known ones in Boston, for instance.  I'm particularly
>> > interested in areas like upstate NY, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.
>> > I've found quite a few online and have reviewed their sales pitches, etc
>> but
>> > I'm curious to know if any of you have either attended or had dealings
>> with
>> > any, or if you're just aware of something about a few of their programs
>> that
>> > I won't find in the literature.  Thanks in advance!
>> you are making a big mistake, going to grad school is too big a decision
>> be made on the basis of geography. go to the best school that accepts you.
>> good luck.
>> >
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