Neuro Career Outcomes
To help all applicants and others interested in the Neuroscience program, we have summarized information of the careers that are being pursued by the 61 Neuroscience PhD and MD/PhD graduates who graduated from 2000 to the present. This information is updated annually.
Information about individual alumni can be found on our Neuro Alumni Page.
- Faculty - Research - Faculty at institutions of higher education who conduct discovery research as a significant portion of their activity
- Faculty - Teaching - Faculty at institutions of higher education whose primary role is teaching
- Faculty - Clinical - Faculty at institutions of higher education who conduct clinical or basic research and have clinical duties.
- Research Staff - Individuals conducting laboratory research in a staff role
- Postdoc Training - Individuals pursuing postdoctoral training at an institution of higher education
- Residency Training - Individuals (predominantly MD/PhD graduates) in residency or fellowship training
- Research - Individuals who lead research teams or actively conduct discovery research
- Business - Individuals in business development, product development, administration, clinical research management, manufacturing oversight, and similar careers
- Postdoc Training - Individuals in postdoctoral training in a biotechnology setting
- Nonprofit - Individuals employed in a non-profit organization such as an NGO or foundation
- Communication - Individuals engaged in science writing, editing or working in other forms of media
- IP/Law - Individuals involved in technology transfer, patent law or other aspects of law
- Government - Individuals working for a government agency such as the NIH, FDA, or other agencies
- Education - Individuals working in the primary or secondary education fields
- Consulting - Individuals working for consulting firms that support bioscience
- Unknown - Individuals for whom current information is unavailable
- Not in the Labor Force - Individuals who are not in the labor force