Adjusting Neuroscience Training to Meet New Demands

The neuroscience field is evolving with new tools, technologies, and research techniques. So what will best prepare the next generation of neuroscientists to use these advances and launch their careers?

Floh Thiels, associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh, explains. She discusses why and how training can adapt to these developments, and she highlights just some of the career paths that trained neuroscientists may be interested in pursuing.

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