There is an increasing gap between our ability to treat neurologic diseases and our growing understanding of normal and diseased nervous system functions. The Clinical Neuroscientist Training Program is a NIH sponsored program aimed at accelerating the career development of clinician-scientists.
Clinical Neuroscientist Training
Clinical and Basic Neuroscience Training
This mentored research training program in basic and clinical neuroscience has been funded continuously by the NIH/NINDS since 1982. The continued success of this research program is founded on providing comprehensive research training and mentoring to both Ph.D.'s and M.D.'s interested in uncovering and/or targeting molecular mechanisms associated with diseases affecting the nervous system.
Sleep and Genetics/Genomics Training
As part of a national effort is to develop a cadre of new investigators in genetic/genomic approaches to sleep disorders, the University of Michigan Center for Sleep Science offers a specialized training program in sleep research. The program brings together lead investigators from across the country, utilizing a tailored curriculum, and leveraging mentorship from top institutions.