The USD Neuroscience, Nanotechnology & Networks Program (USD-N3) offers a new, team-based training approach to prepare graduate students for diverse career paths in STEM professions.

Key Program Features

  • Participate in research aimed at developing nanotechnology-based tools to better understand the function of and develop treatments for the brain
  • Receive tuition and stipend support, including an annual stipend of $34,000 for two years during training
  • Discover opportunities for local and national internships
  • Connect with mentors in neuroscience and chemistry
  • Develop professional skills, including career planning and public speaking
  • Receive support for student research projects and travel to professional meetings
  • Supplement science coursework through courses from the Beacom School of Business. These courses can be applied to a future Master of Business Administration at USD

Apply through the Department of Chemistry

Apply through the Division of Basic Biomedical Sciences