Research rotations are a key part of your graduate school experience. This is your opportunity to explore different areas and/or approaches to Neuroscience research and to begin to make important decisions regarding your dissertation laboratory. First year students will typically do 2-4 rotations, each approximately 10-16 weeks long.
You are free to choose your rotation laboratory from among the available Neuroscience Program faculty. When deciding on a potential rotation, you should contact the lab director to determine whether student slots are available.