NEW USC Masters of Science in Neuroimaging and Informatics Program

The USC Mark and Mary Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute in the Keck School of Medicine of USC is home to a new, one-year Masters of Science (MS) degree program focused on neuroimaging and the informatics associated with brain imaging. This advanced program of study will provide students with a deep understanding of the scientific and clinical underpinnings of neuroimaging science and how to leverage it in large-scale to make new and important discoveries in biomedicine.

The year-long, 26-credit program comprises didactic lecture courses on the technology of neuroimaging, a detailed examination of brain anatomy and function, and the variety of data-type dependent as well as integrative computational processing approaches.

Students successfully completing the NIIN program will be ideally-positioned to apply to formalized medical training programs, join competitive PhD research training programs, locate laboratory or administrative employment in the growing field of brain imaging neuroscience.

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Application deadline is May 1, 2016

 

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