Neuroscience Boot Camp is on hiatus. Please join our mailing list to receive information other Center for Neuroscience & Society programs.
Neuroscience is increasingly relevant to a number of professions and academic disciplines beyond its traditional medical applications. The Penn Neuroscience Boot Camp is designed to give participants a basic foundation in cognitive and affective neuroscience and to equip them to be informed consumers of neuroscience research.
For any field in which it is important to understand, predict or influence human behavior, neuroscience will play an increasing role. The Penn Neuroscience Boot Camp is designed to give participants a basic foundation in cognitive and affective neuroscience and to equip them to be informed consumers of neuroscience research.
The academic program spans eight days, Monday-Wednesday, with all of Sunday off. Each session will begin at 9:00a.m. and end at 6:00p.m. The program begins with a welcome reception and concludes with a dinner party.
Neuroscience Boot Camp is on hiatus and will not be accepting applications. In previous years, applicants were asked to submit the following:
(1) Brief (not more than 200 words) statement of interest – How is neuroscience relevant to your work and how would you apply what you learn at Boot Camp?
(3) Applicants who are students or completed their graduate/professional training in 2010 or later will also need to submit one recommendation letter. The letter should discuss the quality of your work and intellectual strengths and weaknesses. Recommendation letters may be submitted via the application site, or separately to email@example.com. Please name the recommendation letter “firstname_lastname_rec” (example: john_smith_rec).