Annual Summer Workshop in Cognitive and Brain Sciences
Brain Camp gives students intensive introduction to neuroscience
This workshop for undergraduates will be a two-week intensive experience in learning cognitive and brain sciences. Topics covered include optogenetics, multiple methods in brain imaging (with labs), neuropsychology, language, spatial perception, social cognition, replicability, and more. Furthermore, a few students can apply to do research over the entire summer at the University of Delaware. This workshop is free thanks to generous support from the National Science Foundation.
Please contact Yolanda Williams-Bey with any questions
- Unfortunately, this program is open only to permanent residents and citizens of the United States.
- Undergraduates (i.e. you do not currently have a Bachelor’s degree) are welcome to apply. Current sophomores and juniors are given priority, but all can apply.
- Any undergraduate who graduates this semester (Spring 2019) can apply as long as they have not been accepted to graduate school.
April 1, 2019
We will provide housing and meals for the two-week program for non-UD students, along with domestic travel to/from the University of Delaware.
Note from the Coordinator:
Generally, participants will be provided with an intensive experience in cognitive neuroscientific research, via lectures, hands-on labs, and discussion, led by faculty at the University of Delaware.