Lead Faculty of the Collaborative Specialization
Participating Degree Programs
Biochemistry — MSc, PhD
Bioethics — MHSc
Biomedical Engineering — MASc, PhD
Cell and Systems Biology — MSc, PhD
Clinical Engineering — MHSc
Community Health — MScCH
Computer Science — MSc, PhD
Dentistry — MSc, PhD
Developmental Psychology and Education — MA, PhD
Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology — MSc, PhD
Medical Biophysics — MSc, PhD
Medical Science — MSc, PhD
Music — MA, PhD
Pharmaceutical Sciences — MSc, PhD
Pharmacology — MSc, PhD
Physiology — MSc, PhD
Psychology — MA, PhD
Public Health Sciences — MPH, MSc, PhD
Rehabilitation Science — MSc, PhD
Speech-Language Pathology — MSc, PhD
The graduate programs listed above participate in the Collaborative Specialization in Neuroscience.
Participating graduate units contribute courses and provide facilities and supervision for graduate research. Students must follow a plan of studies acceptable to both the participating unit and the Neuroscience collaborative specialization. Upon successful completion of the degree requirements of the participating home graduate unit and the collaborative specialization, students will receive the notation “Completed Collaborative Specialization in Neuroscience” on their transcript.
Students interested in joining the specialization should visit the Neuroscience website and complete the application form. Students should register within one month of initial registration in their participating degree unit. The Neuroscience website provides areas of research for all faculty in the collaborative specialization, their graduate unit affiliations and contact information, as well as additional information on neuroscience courses.
Students in the specialization receive the Neuroscience newsletter and notification about neuroscience lectures held on campus. The collaborative specialization runs a Distinguished Lectureship Series of talks by eminent neuroscientists and an annual research day; students are required to attend and present at this event.
Contact and Address
Collaborative Specialization in Neuroscience
University of Toronto
Room 3306, 1 King's College Circle
Toronto, ON M5S 1A8