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Neuroscience

At Boston University, the Center for Neuroscience (CfN) coordinates many research projects aimed at unraveling the mysteries of brain function and harnessing them to understand how we interpret the world around us, how we evolved and continue to evolve, and how through our discoveries we can repair or prevent the loss of brain processes that are critical to the quality of our existence. A variety of other neuroscience Centers across the University interface with CfN to provide a network of opportunities for both faculty and students.