Class of 2013
Neuroscience is a diverse and interdisciplinary field that incorporates aspects of biology, psychology, chemistry, philosophy, computer science, and other disciplines in the study of the nervous system. Neuroscientists seek to understand the function of the brain and peripheral nervous system at multiple levels, from the complex processes that occur in single neurons to the expansive cellular networks that ultimately give rise to perception, emotion, cognition, and even social behavior. The goals of the Neuroscience Program are to provide students with the essential foundational knowledge, skills, confidence and research experiences that will allow them identify and meet their intellectual and professional goals.
“Neuroscience is not offered at the undergraduate level in India,” says Gurnani, who also knew she wanted a small, liberal arts college. “At that time, neuroscience was not a major at Wooster [it is now], so I had to self-design a major in my sophomore year. The I.S. program was very appealing, because I knew I would be able to steer the major in the direction I wanted to go.”
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