Neuroscience Fellows Program
The Neuroscience Fellows Program at Rockefeller University was established in 2009. The program extends the mission of the Shelby White and Leon Levy Center for Mind, Brain and Behavior by supporting young researchers in Neuroscience, giving them the opportunity to pursue new ideas at early stages of their careers. Fellows work either as independent investigators (Presidential Fellows) or as members of established laboratories (Postdoctoral Fellows).
The Fellows are pursuing a number of exciting projects in Neuroscience with approaches ranging from cellular to systems levels. For a list of current fellows and their research programs click below:
Neuroscience Seminar Series
To bring exciting neuroscience research to the Rockefeller Campus, the program supports the Neuroscience Seminar Series. Speakers are invited on an ongoing basis by Center members. The current schedule is available here: