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Neuroscience Core Faculty

The Neuroscience Program offers two types of faculty membership - core member and associate (non-core) member. Core members with thesis supervision status have the privilege of supervising graduate students. Core members with non-thesis supervision status may only co-supervise graduate students. Associate members may participate in all aspects of academic activities but not graduate student supervision. Core members must have their membership approved by the Faculty of Graduate Studies. Associate membership may also apply to have non-core membership with the Faculty of Graduate Studies. At the time of application for membership in the Neuroscience Program, the individual must be active in neuroscience research and hold a primary faculty appointment, at the rank of assistant professor or higher, in a department of the University of Western Ontario or an affiliated hospital or research institute. Further information is contained in a document “Criteria for Membership in the Neuroscience Program”, approved by the Program at its 2002 Annual Meeting.

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