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Neurobiology and Behavior at UC IrvineIrvine, California - United States
Established in 1964, the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior was the first neuroscience department. Dr. Edward Steinhaus, the first Dean of UCI's School of Biological Sciences, insisted that one of the School's departments be devoted to behavior and its neural substrates because he felt that this field was too important to be left solely to other disciplines. Steinhaus organized the School's three other departments according to levels of biological organization, but gave founding chair Dr. James L. McGaugh the task of forming a Department to study neural function at all levels, from molecules through cells, circuits and systems to behavioral interactions with the environment. The department has since changed the name that Steinhaus gave it (Psychobiology), but has not changed its mission. We remain committed to studying how the brain produces adaptive behavioral responses and to teaching future generations of neuroscientists how to be independent and effective problem solvers.
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Because of its history, the Institute of Neurobiology has a unique role in modern neuroscience. Founded under the aegis of the University of Puerto Rico in 1967 by the renowned neuroscientist Jose del Castillo, the Institute's goal was to use simple organisms to better understand neural structure and function. This idea is still in place and the range of skills and approaches that are currently in operation at the Institute are producing data wit
The Department of Neurobiology at Yale University School of Medicine focuses on research at multiple levels, spanning from molecular to integrative aspects of the central nervous system. Understanding the genesis and function of the neocortex provides a unifying intellectual theme for students and faculty. Our multidisciplinary training program for graduate students emphasizes developmental, cellular, systems and cognitive neuroscience employing
Current Neuobiology is an international research journal of Scientific Publishers of India. It publishes original articles, review articles and case reports in all the major disciplines of neurosciences. Manuscripts are published after proper reviewing by experts and upon recommendation by the referees. Accepted papers are published within 3 months.