Cognitive Neuroscience Lab Graduate Trainee Fellowship
The Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory (CN Lab) at the University of Missouri was founded by David Q. Beversdorf, M.D. in 2008 and accepts graduate trainees through the Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program (INP). The INP provides training in basic and clinical research from faculty across numerous departments at the university. As an interdisciplinary program, the INP does not have the financial support available for graduate students that a traditional department can offer. Our current graduate trainees are investigating pharmacological intervention in autism spectrum disorder (ASD), sympathetic nervous system effects on gastrointestinal disorders in ASD, neuroimaging and treatment markers for ASD and stress-related disorders, biological and treatment markers for dementia, and diet and stress effects on development of the nervous system. Your donation helps continue graduate training in the CN Lab for an INP student by providing a one-year graduate student fellowship.
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