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Neuroscience 499

A research project into a selected area of neuroscience. The project involves experimental design, data collection, interpretation, and analysis, written reports and oral presentations. This course will enable students to:

  • acquire the intellectual and technical skills that are characteristic of scientists
  • experience the excitement of discovery

More information about Research Projects in Neuroscience can be found on the Biomedical and Molecular Sciences website.

2021 - 2022 supervisors in NSCI 499:

Dr. David Andrew Has accepted four NSCI 499 project students for 2021-2022.

Dr. Brian Bennett will not be taking any project students for 2021-2022.

Dr. Susan BoehnkeDr. Jason Gallivan and Dr. Andrew Winterborn Have accepted two NSCI project students for 2021-2022.

Dr. Amanda Bongers Is seeking a NSCI 499 project student for 2021-2022.

Dr. Douglas J. Cook  Has accepted one project student for 2021-2022.

Dr. Kerstin de Wit Has accepted two NSCI 499 project students for 2021-2022.

Dr. Nader Ghasemlou Has accepted one NSCI project student for 2021-2022.

Dr. Michael Hendry Has accepted two NSCI project students for 2021-2022.

Dr. Michael Kawaja  Has accepted three NSCI project students for 2021-2022.

Dr. Roman MIlev Has accepted two NSCI project students for 2021-2022.

Dr. Douglas Munoz  Has accepted two NSCI project students for 2021-2022.

Dr. Neil Renwick Has accepted two NSCI project students for 2021-2022.

Dr. James Reynolds. Has accepted two NSCI project students for 2021-2022.

Dr. Garima Shukla Has accepted one NSCI project student for 2021-2022.

Dr. Calvin Sjaarda.  Has accepted one NSCI project student for 2021-2022.

Dr. Jeffrey Wammes Is seeking one NSCI 499 project student for 2021-2022.

Gavin Winston Has accepted one NSCI project student for 2021-2022.