For undergraduates, there is a neuroscience major and a minor. There are also many research opportunities in individual laboratories, as well as an undergraduate neuroscience club which is actively involved in our K-12 Outreach program.
For graduate students, UNE is part of the University of Maine's Graduate School of Biomedical Science and Engineering (GSBSE), which allows students enrolled in the program to do thesis work in UNE laboratories or rotate through UNE labs.
There are also opportunities for research for medical students, through both the College of Osteopathic Medicine's Dean’s office (Peter Morgane Student Research Fellowships) or the Student Government Association (Carmen Pettapiece Student Research Fellowship). The Center for Excellence in Interprofessional Education offers additional opportunities.