OWU expands neuroscience program

Ohio Wesleyan faculty member Suren S. Ambegaokar is part of the university’s neuroscience program. His research correlates with the new molecular/cellular track recently added to the neuroscience major.Courtesy photo | Mark Schmitter  Purchase Photos Story Tools: Social Media: Tweet Ohio Wesleyan University is expanding its neuroscience program with a second major, computational neuroscience, and two new tracks within its existing neuroscience major, a behavioral/cognitive track and a molecular/cellular track. The changes combine to make Ohio Wesleyan’s David O. Robbins Program in Neuroscience “one of the most cutting-edge neuroscience programs at a liberal arts college, integrating faculty and courses in biology, psychology, physics, and mathematics,” said Jennifer R. Yates, program director and associate professor of psychology and neuroscience. “To our knowledge,” Yates said, “Ohio Wesleyan is the only liberal arts college…

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