Department of Neurobiology offers a program of graduate study leading
to a Ph.D. degree in neurobiology. The goal is to train scientists for
academic positions in research-oriented institutions. Major strengths
of the program include an interdisciplinary faculty and a curriculum
that can be as minimal or as expansive as suits a student's needs.
The Graduate Program in Neurobiology is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. If you believe you may need and qualify for reasonable accommodations, please visit Duke's Disability Management System at http://www.access.duke.edu for detailed information and procedures.
The Graduate Program in Neurobiology is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals who are disabled in compliance with Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, as well as applicable state regulations and federal and state privacy laws. To that end, we will work closely with Duke’s Disability Management System (DMS), which serves both the University and Health System in support of our efforts to ensure an accessible, hospitable working and learning environment for people with disabilities. DMS provides consistent processes for requesting accommodations, evaluating needs, and determining appropriate response, and it serves as a clearinghouse for disability-related information, procedures and services available at Duke, in Durham, and in North Carolina. Knowledgeable staff within DMS serve Duke’s undergraduate, graduate and professional students, trainees, employees, and faculty, as well as the public.
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