Associated Programs

Vanderbilt Clinical Neurosciences

The Vanderbilt Brain Institute is pleased to announce that the generous support of the Dan Marino Foundation and the JB Marshall Laboratory for Neurovascular Therapeutics has enabled us to offer a Clinical Neuroscience Scholars certificate program. This program will run in conjunction with the Clinical Neurosciences Institute, and the Departments of Psychiatry, Neurology and Neurosurgery. It offers scholarship opportunities for students currently in their 2nd or 3rd year of the VBI PhD program.

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The Howard Hughes Medical Institute / Vanderbilt University Medical Center Certificate Program in Molecular Medicine

A unique training program available to graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the Biomedical Sciences at Vanderbilt University allowing for integration of thesis work with important clinical, disease-based areas. A supervised experience, including didactic and experiential courses, seminars and individual experiences, under the guidance of a clinical mentor and basic science mentor, culminates in the conferral of the Certificate in Molecular Medicine.

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The BP-ENDURE Program

The Blueprint Program for Enhancing Neuroscience Diversity through Undergraduate Research Education Experiences, BP-ENDURE, connects research-intensive institutions to institutions that have substantial enrollments of neuroscience majors from traditionally underrepresented groups. The current programs that interface with Vanderbilt include consortiums from: New York (Hunter College and NYU), Georgia (Agnes Scott College, Spelman College, Emory University and Georgia State University), and Texas (University of Texas Health Science Center). The program supports a range of activities to increase undergraduate student’s interest in the neurosciences, including research experiences, curriculum development, seminars and journal clubs.

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