Ph.D. Study Departments
Ph.D in Neurobiology
Duration of studies: 4 Years | Registration Status: Open for Fall semester 2021-2022 | Department web site
The Sagol Department of Neurobiology offers a Ph.D. program designed for outstanding Master of Science graduates, and emphasizes integrative research, ranging from the molecular and cellular level through the neural network to the behavioral level. The curriculum and research programs emphasize interdisciplinary research — from using advanced molecular and electrophysiological methods to using brain scans and behavioral analysis.
Direct Ph.D. track
The Sagol Department of Neurobiology has a direct Ph.D. track for outstanding students with a B.Sc. degree and a minimum grade point average of 90. Students can transfer to the direct Ph.D. track after the first year of their Master of Science studies subject to the Ph.D. regulations. Students in the direct Ph.D. track must complete a course quota of 36 weekly semester hours (a minimum of 26 actual weekly semester hours). Student in this track will submit their research proposals no later than the beginning of the fourth semester of their studies.