WPI has launched a multidisciplinary initiative to develop a robust, externally funded research program in neuroscience that complements and intersects areas such as systems biology, cognitive neuroscience, psychological and cognitive sciences, neuroimmunology, connectomics, imaging, bioinformatics, computational biology, and biomedical engineering. This initiative involves several departments and programs across WPI including Biology & Biotechnology, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Computer Science, Mathematical Sciences, Physics, and psychological and cognitive sciences.
From Neurons to Neuroengineering...
A new graduate program in neuroscience is now available that draws on WPI's strengths in computational biology and engineering. The program is a full-time master's degree and is accepting applications. Inquire today to learn more about the program.
Neuroscience & Society Spring Seminar: Music and the Brain
Core Faculty Affiliated with Neuroscience Initiative
Researchers at WPI have a long history of studying at the intersection of computational biology, human/computer interfaces, AI, data science, neuro-engineering, and the life sciences. Working together as a larger cohort, they look to finding advances in research areas impacting neuroscience and other related fields. Learn more about the faculty affiliated with neuroscience programming.