Education is one of the core missions of the Friedman Brain Institute. Our scientists and physicians play a crucial role in training medical students and graduate students at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. These students learn about the latest advances in our understanding of brain and spinal cord disorders, current treatments, and the cutting-edge experimental approaches that are driving discoveries in the laboratory and clinic.
We offer young doctors further clinical and research training through our residency programs in clinical neuroscience. In addition, the young scientists in our postdoctoral training programs have the opportunity to work in some of the best basic science and clinical laboratories in the nation.
Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Research Training
Neuroscience Graduate Program (Graduate training is supported in part by several NIH-funded T32 Grants.)
- MD-PhD Program (MSTP)
- Postdoctoral Training (Please also visit individual lab pages for PIs in the Friedman Brain Institute)
Clinical Residencies (including Research Track)
- Leon Levy Neuroscience Fellowship Program at Mount Sinai
- Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Seminars and Related Programs
The Friedman Brain Institute offers regular lectures, seminars and other events that cover a wide range of topics on basic neuroscience and translational efforts for brain and spinal cord disorders. Read more