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Neuroscience Center at Dartmouth


The establishment of the Neuroscience Center at Dartmouth (NCD) in 2002 has produced a new and unique interdisciplinary group whose mission is to foster collaborative and interactive research and education in the neurosciences. The NCD draws from the strengths in three key areas: Clinical, Cognitive & Behavioral, and Molecular/Cellular/Systems Neuroscience. It is the vision of its researchers to produce and disseminate new knowledge, and in doing so train and educate the next generation of neuroscientists. The NCD Advisory Board assists with the Center's initiatives and goals. Over 100 faculty members from 18 departments participate, encompassing the College of Arts and Sciences, Dartmouth Medical School, the Thayer School of Engineering. The research facilities are located in Hanover, NH, Lebanon, NH (Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center) and the Veteran Affairs Medical Center in White River Junction, Vt. Research interests comprise a broad range of studies within the neurosciences and provide a wide range of research opportunities for students. In addition, the NCD augments the education of residents and fellow at the clinical level who have academic neuroscience interests.



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