Resources and Opportunities

Through classroom and lab work and summer fellowships, the Neuroscience Program offers a wide range of opportunities for students to get hands-on experience and conduct research.

The laboratory facilities in Druckenmiller Hall and Kanbar Hall are state-of-the-art. There are four neuroscience labs, each run by a department faculty member. As the labs are for both student and faculty research, they are a major focus of the Neuroscience Program. We invite you to explore the fascinating research that goes on here.

Students may apply for a summer fellowship conducting research with a faculty mentor. Summer fellowships are stipended and last 8-10 weeks. Students should apply online before or during the month of February. 

Bowdoin has excellent facilities for both teaching and research in neuroscience including Kanbar Hall, Druckenmiller Hall, and the Hatch Science Library.