Howard Schneiderman T32 Training Program in Learning and Memory
The Howard Schneiderman Interdisciplinary Training Program in Learning and Memory at the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory is a NIMH funded T32 predoctoral training program that is supplemented with a private endowment named in honor of Howard Schneiderman (1927-1990), former Dean of Biological Sciences at UC Irvine and a major driving force in building the School in its early days.
Director of Training:
External Advisory Board:
- Carol Barnes, University of Arizona
- Mark Bear, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Jelena Radulovic, Albert Einstein School of Medicine
- Terry Sejnowski, Salk Institute for Biological Sciences
Nominations for the 2023-2024 Howard Schneiderman Interdisciplinary Training Program in Learning and Memory are now closed.
Dear CNLM Community, As we step into the 5th year of the Schneiderman Training Program in Learning and Memory, we would like to introduce you to the 2023/2024 Fellows and…
CNLM’s T32 in Learning and Memory welcomes four new scholars This fall, the Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory welcomes four predoctoral scholars into the Howard Schneiderman Interdisciplinary…
Questions? Please contact Manuella Oliveira Yassa, Training Coordinator at email@example.com