Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program (MU)
Neuroscience is the study of how the nervous system is organized and how it functions. The field of Neuroscience encompasses many disciplines, including biology, biochemistry, computer sciences, electrical engineering (neural modeling of neural networks and biomedical instrumentation), neurology, neurosurgery, pharmacology, physics, physiology, psychology, psychiatry, and radiology. Neuroscientists have advanced our understanding of nervous system development, neural function, injuries of the nervous system, and disease processes. MU's Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program offers talented graduate students a chance to train for a career in one of the most exciting fields of modern science.
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Interaction between seratonin transporter genotype and prenatal stress on neurodevelopment with implications for autism spectrum disorder (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2014)Neuroscience
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)Previous research has demonstrated a dissociation of certain neural mediators that contribute to the increased consumption of a high-fat diet following intra-accumbens (Acb) administration of ?-opioid receptor agonists vs. ...
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)Pregnancy is characterized by increased blood volume and baseline sympathetic nerve activity, and profound cardiovascular adaptations. Relaxin (RLX), an ovarian hormone which is elevated in pregnancy, activates the subfomical ...