NTP is proud to announce the recipients of the 2023 UW Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) TL1 Predoctoral Training Program, our two NTP students: Janet Lee (Year 1) and West Roberts (Year 2). …
2022 NTP Re-Connectome Symposium
After the last few unprecedented years, the NTP Re-Connectome Symposium offers a unique opportunity to reconnect (or connect!) with your colleagues in the Neuroscience Training Program. Whether to give an introduction that is long overdue …
Serena Wisner Receives 2022 Graduate Student Service Scholarship
Serena Wisner, second year NTP student, was awarded the 2022 Graduate Student Service Scholarship Award! Serena worked tirelessly this past year as the Student Chair of the NTP Recruitment Committee and contributed enormously to the recruitment …
Yi-ming and Hua-nien C. Yin Neuroscience Fellowship
We have some exciting news! During class, we had a special guest, Tom Yin, who announced the creation of a fellowship for NTP students in their final years. Valuing education, developing this award is something …
Zarmeen Zahid Receives 2021 Source Foundation Grant
NTP Student Zarmeen Zahid was one of eight recipients of the 2021 Source Foundation Grant. Read more about her at the link!
How the Ecosystems in Our Guts Could Be Linked to Brain Disorders
Read about the amazing work of NTP Trainer Dr. Barb Bendlin on how the gut microbiome may be linked to Alzheimer’s Disease pathology. Learn more in the full article!!
Dr. Halloran – Vilas Associates Competition awardee
NTP Trainer Dr. Mary Halloran is one of 23 faculty winners of the Vilas Associates Competition. Read more in the full article!
Check out our educational 3D models, Sketchfab, created by NTP Ph.D. Student Briana Ebbinghaus!
Check out our educational 3D models, Sketchfab, created by NTP Ph.D. Student Briana Ebbinghaus and Chemistry Ph.D. Student Michael Aristov! We currently have two neuron types, which can be viewed in 3D with your web …
Disrupted cell skeletons may explain brain wiring changes in autism-linked condition
Learn about the work of NTP Trainer Tim Gomez on tuberous sclerosis and autism. Read more in the full article!
Thank you NTP!
A Big THANK YOU for those who volunteered with us at Second Harvest! We posted 33 service hours in one morning helping feed Madison families! Please enjoy the collage below with some images from the …