Students can conduct research projects under the mentorship of CBBRe faculty associated with a number of master's and Ph.D. training programs at USD.
Basic Biomedical Sciences (Sanford School of Medicine)
Biological Sciences (College of Arts and Sciences)
Clinical Psychology (College of Arts and Sciences)
Communication Sciences and Disorders (College of Arts and Sciences)
Counseling (School of Education)
Human Development and Educational Psychology (School of Education)
Human Factors Psychology (College of Arts and Sciences)
Physical Therapy (School of Health Sciences)
Contact CBBRe@usd.edu if you would like additional information about graduate student research training opportunities.
Currently, students in the basic biomedical sciences and the biological sciences doctoral programs can obtain a specialization in neuroscience.
Students from other programs who would like to obtain a cognate in neurobehavioral sciences as a part of their doctoral training program should contact CBBRe@usd.edu for more information.