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Interested in developing new technologies and approaches for treating brain disorders, restoring sensory or motor function, or integrating the human brain with computers?
Searching for interdisciplinary doctoral training spanning fields of engineering and clinical brain science?
Looking for research opportunities in signal processing, control theory, brain imaging, neurophysiology, neuromodulation, robotics, sensors, and computational modeling?
Seeking to build close connections with clinicians and industry professionals within one of the leading medical device industries in the world?
Then you should explore Ph.D. opportunities at the University of Minnesota, home to one of only three NSF Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT) programs in neuroengineering in the United States!
The IGERT Neuroengineering Program is hosting a preview weekend November 6-7, 2015, for prospective students to visit campus and learn what the University of Minnesota has to offer. Students selected to attend the Preview Weekend will have the opportunity to tour state-of-the-art campus and research facilities, meet with leading researchers and professors in the field, interact with current IGERT students, and explore the beautiful Twin Cities. Travel costs will be covered by the program.
Eligible applicants for the Preview Weekend must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents AND must be seeking Fall 2016 admission to a Ph.D. program in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Neuroscience. International students and individuals interested only in Master's programs are not eligible.
The application deadline has passed, the online application is now CLOSED.