Graduate research training in the disciplines of neuroscience and physiology is provided in a new state-of-the-art facility that includes core facilities supporting bioinformatics, imaging, and behavior. Each student is guided through their program of study by an advisory team of accomplished researchers. A full range of graduate courses taken together with students in the interdisciplinary biomedical sciences program, or as highly-specialized nanocourses supplement the research experiences. Opportunities to present research at international, national, and local meetings are provided, and students regularly meet with prominent visiting seminar speakers. The faculty in the department also coordinate and participate in the delivery of clinically relevant medical neuroscience and medical physiology content to first-year medical students.