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  1. Hello, I'm trying to come up with a list of computational neuroscience phd programs. I may also be interested in bioinformatics/neuroscience but ONLY if there is a concentration in neuroimaging-related research, I'm not really into cell biology or genetics and all that jazz. Here's what I have so far, but does anyone know of any other (US-only) programs that are not Ivy League or highly competitive? I'm planning to just send out like <10 applications mostly to not-ivy-league/cali programs. Probably not-reach Programs?: Boston University, Chicago, New York University, Washington State,
  2. Want to further my studies in computation neuroscience or neuro engineering with a focus on Data analysis/Brain Computer Interface. My academics so far can be summarised on data processing, statistics and software development. I m confused regarding which colleges in US provide this course with emphasis on computer science and not on biology. Till now I have charted out some colleges in Germany and University of Waterloo in Canada. Though I m not able to find connection between the school of computer science with masters in computational neuroscience. Can someone suggest some colle
  3. I recently graduated with a physics degree and plan on applying to PhD's in computational neuroscience. I've only taken four semesters of mathematics (Calc III-IV, Diff Eq I-II) in college so I'm worried that I'm not prepared mathematically. Would taking the GRE Math Subject test improve my chances of admission at Computational Neuroscience PhD programs?
  4. I recently graduated with a physics degree and plan on applying to PhD's in computational neuroscience. I've only taken four semesters of mathematics (Calc III-IV, Diff Eq I-II) in college so I'm worried that I'm not prepared mathematically. Would taking the GRE Math Subject test help in improving my chances of admission at Computational Neuroscience PhD programs?
  5. I am interested in continuing my education in math and I know that I'd eventually like to work on brain-computer interface (theory and application) like mind uploading but was curious if there is a discipline that merges computational neuroscience, biostatistics, AI, and cybersecurity: providing a rigourous curriculum that can be used to pursue these fields. Any input would be greatly appreciated! This is ultimately to maximize my chances of being employed, having a successful career long term. If the opportunity exists, I would equally like to learn more about AI (neural net) and cyberse
  6. Hey all. Hoping that I found the right place to post this. I was just looking for some smart people to get a few pieces of advice from, for planning out graduate studies. I finish my undergraduate at the University of Waterloo in a year's time. I'm currently planning to work my way to a PhD, but am unsure of where and what path I should take. My background is in Computer Science and Combinatorics & Optimization. I find myself very interested in the field of machine learning, but feel it's important to also learn psychology and neuroscience. This is because of the many real life problems
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