The Center for Behavioral Neuroscience in Atlanta offers a paid, two-year intensive neuroscience research apprenticeship to students from Emory, Georgia State, Agnes Scott, and Spelman.
NET/work (Neuroscience Education and Training) is a two-year, paid research assistantship that is open to sophomore students from Georgia State University, Agnes Scott College, Emory University, and Spelman College. Students begin the program by participating in BRAIN 2012 and continue their laboratory research experience at Georgia State or Emory through their senior year. In addition to gaining hands-on research experience through one-on-one mentoring, students are provided with funding to travel to local and national conferences to present their research, participate in monthly professional development workshops, and travel to partner universities for additional training the summer following their junior year. Visit http://www.cbn-atl.org/education/NETwork.shtml for more information.