Physiology and Neuroscience

Physiology and Neuroscience research and training are interdisciplinary endeavors at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Specific areas of research interest are molecular signaling, neural development, hormonal control of behavior and reproduction, and neurobiology of learning and memory. For more information about research and graduate training in Neuroscience at UWM, please click on the logo.
Physiology and Neuroscience
Physiology and Neuroscience Faculty
Research in Physiology and Neuroscience
UWM neuroscience faculty are engaged in research on several important questions. This work is funded by research grants from the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation as well as several private foundations and the private sector. Multiple approaches and levels of analysis are represented by the various laboratories including behavioral, cellular, cognitive, molecular, and systems neuroscience. Specific areas of interest include molecular signaling and neural development, hormonal control of behavior and reproduction, and the neurobiology of memory and cognition in humans and laboratory animals. Specific research interests are listed on the individual faculty pages linked above.

Graduate Studies
Graduate students working with Physiology and Neuroscience faculty may earn Ph.D. or M.S. degrees in Biological Sciences

Undergraduate Program
UWM undergraduates interested in Physiology and Neuroscience may major or minor in Biological Sciences.