The Graduate Program in Neuroscience & Physiology (GPNP) at the NYU School of Medicine embraces the multidisciplinary nature of neuroscience as the foundation for a robust program that intersects with many basic and clinical departments throughout NYU. The GPNP operates within the Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences Open Program, a division of the NYU Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. For more information, please contact the program.
The NYU Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) is designed to prepare outstanding physician-scientists for the challenges of academic medicine, the pharmaceutical and emerging biotechnology industries, and in fundamental biomedical research. The rigorous dual MD/PhD training track merges the fundamentals of scientific inquiry with the insights and experience of clinicians.
Postdoctoral scholars are a valued segment of the NYU research community. The Postdoctoral Program in the Sackler Institute of graduate Biomedical Sciences is designed to support and promote postdoctoral scientists while they train at NYU School of Medicine.
Residencies & Fellowships
The Office of Graduate Medical Education provides support, direction, and oversight for the more than 1,000 medical residents and fellows receiving intensive training in over 70 specialty areas at the NYU School of Medicine.
The goal of the Nervous System Module of the Core Principles of Medicine series, led by Kalman Rubinson, is to have medical students gain a broad understanding of the scientific foundations of nervous system function and disease.
Numerous events and seminars are held throughout the year to bring together our scientists and discuss the latest research from the NYU School of Medicine community. Calendars for the Neuroscience Institute and NYU School of Medicine provide information about lectures and public events.