The Neuroscience and Education program at Teachers College was the first graduate program to focus on the educational and clinical implications of recent advances in understanding brain-behavior relationships.
The program provides rigorous training and relevant experiences that allow students to further their knowledge and make links between neuroscience, cognition, education, and clinical practice.
Interdisciplinary Graduate Training
The M.S. program is intended for professionals and non-professionals alike who would like to acquire knowledge in fields related to neuroscience, and participate in ongoing research, educational, or clinical practice.
Graduates from the program may continue in their respective areas of professional specialization, while others develop careers in research settings or apply to doctoral programs for further study.
Prof. Karen Froud, Associate Professor of Speech Language Pathology and Neuroscience and Education at Teacher's College and Director of the Neurocognition of Language Lab discusses how experience shapes perception.
The students, post-docs and faculty of the Neurocognition of Language Lab will present five research posters at 20th Anniversary Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting to be held April 13-16 in San Francisco.