The Institute for Neuroscience Leadership believes that all disciplines benefit from the contributions of individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences, and acknowledges that systemic discrimination on the basis of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation or disabilities has impeded this progress. We care deeply about addressing this issue, and we are committed to make the INS graduate program a world class diverse, equitable, and inclusive academic environment. We intend to combat institutional racism and inequity by training a diverse workforce and placing these trainees into careers with high visibility and leadership. We pledge to listen to the voices of those with diverse experiences, to educate ourselves, and to support all of our students in achieving their goals in our program. We are here for you.
Nace Golding, INS Director
Marie Monfils, Graduate Advisor
Nicholas Priebe, Graduate Advisor