Whether you were fascinated by psychopharmacology or captivated by behavioral science during your time in the neuroscience program, your personal passion will shape your neuroscience career.

You’ll find Lawrentians shining their lights in research laboratories, PhD programs, classrooms, and more with their neuroscience degrees.

Lawrentians can go on to pursue careers in medicine, neuroscience, scientific research, chemistry, nursing, physical therapy, and veterinary medicine.

They can also earn advanced degrees in neuroscience, medicine, biology, psychology, public health, and education.

Educational Outcomes

Recent Neuorscience graduates have gone on to pursue graduate and professional school programs that include:

  • Tulane University, Neuroscience, Ph.D.
  • Brandeis University, Master of Science in Computational Linguistics, MSc
  • Marquette University, Dentistry, D.D.S.
  • Medical College of Wisconsin, Physiology - Doctorate, Ph.D.
  • University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, MPH in Nutrition with Registered Dietitian training, Master of Public Health

Employment Outcomes

Recent Neuorscience graduates have pursued full-time employment in roles that include:

  • Researcher - Human-Computer Interaction, University of Wisconsin - Madison
  • Research Technologist, Northwestern University - The Feinberg School of Medicine
  • Research Technologist I, Medical College of Wisconsin Cardiovascular Center
  • Neuroimaging Research Technician, Laboratory for Child Brain Development at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis
  • Project Manager, Epic
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