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The Graduate College > Neuroscience > Neuroscience Graduate Program
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Cohn Research Building
1735 W. Harrison St., Suite 308
Chicago, IL 60612
Jeffrey Kordower, PhD
Phone: 312-563-3585


Students interested in pursuing research along with the Department of Neuroscience faculty are encouraged to apply to the PHD in Integrated Biomedical Sciences program offered through the Gradutate College.


Faculty of the Neurosciece Department at Rush University mentor students enrolled in the PHD and MS programs in Integrated Biomedical Sciences program.

Academic Policies for Neuroscience Graduate Program

Students are required to pass a combination of oral and written comprehensive examinations towards the end of their second year and after completion of the required course work. If a student fails the comprehensive examinations, he/she will be given a second chance six months later. A student who fails again will be terminated. Throughout the first two years of required course work, a student whose grade point average falls below a B will be placed on academic probation. For more information, click on the "More" link below, or see the Rush University catalog.

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