The Center for Neuroendocrine Studies (CNS) of the University of Massachusetts Amherst consists of the research groups of faculty members who share an interest in understanding the relationships among hormones, the brain, physiology, and behavior. The specific research interests of the members of CNS are diverse and include numerous influences, techniques, and levels of analysis.
The Center fosters neuroendocrine research by sponsoring scientific meetings, facilitating the flow of information among laboratories, and coordinating efforts to obtain funding for training, equipment, and research.Read more
Every other Wednesday at 8:30 am, CNS holds breakfast meetings. During these meetings, two CNS or affiliated members each give a 15 minute presentation followed by a 10 minute discussion. We discuss ongoing research or planned research, a new technique or a relevant paper. Anything can be on the table, as long as it is relevant to neuroendocrinology. In addition to great science, the center provides bagels, coffee, hot water, teabags, juices, etc. All are welcome.
Luke Remage-Healey, PhD
Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003
New Postdoctoral Opportunity:
A postdoctoral fellowship in comparative endocrinology is available at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst beginning April 1, 2016. The fellowship is supported by an NSF grant with funding for 4 years and will examine the hormonal control of osmoregulation in lamprey. For more information, click here.
Graduate Fellowships, Research Assistantships, and Teaching Assistantships are available for graduate students working towards a PhD in the CNS laboratories. Degrees are awarded through interdepartmental programs in Neuroscience and Behavior, Molecular and Cellular Biology or Organismic and Evolutionary Biology. Contact CNS faculty members for more information.
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