Neuroscience

Sewanee: The University of the South

Neuroscience is the scientific study of the structure and function of the nervous system. A minor in Neuroscience allows students to examine the brain and how it functions, the relationship between the brain and behavior, and explore one of the most compelling scientific frontiers in understanding ourselves and our actions.

Steering Committee

  • Assistant Professor Jessica A. Siegel, Psychology, Chair
  • Associate Professor Helen V. Bateman, Psychology
  • Assistant Professor Elise Kikis, Biology
  • Professor John R. Palisano, Biology
  • Assistant Professor Bethel Sharma, Chemistry

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Neuroscience Student Publishes Manuscript

June 2, 2014

Neuroscience student Lauren Joca (C'13) and Dr. Jessica Siegel published a manuscript.

Neuroscience Student Wins First Place For Scholarship Sewanee Poster

June 2, 2014

Neuroscience student Kayla Pelfrey (C'14) won first place for her poster at Scholarship Sewanee.

PSYC 349 (Drugs & Behavior) Students Present On The Effects Of Alcohol

April 15, 2014

(PSYC 349) presented to new Greek pledges.

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