DIRECTORATE FOR
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (BIO)

INTEGRATIVE BIOLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE (IBN)

Neuroscience


Behavioral Neuroscience

Focuses on the neural regulation of behavioral events ranging from simple movements to complex adaptive and interactive responses. Major activities are sensorimotor integration, biological rhythms, and cognitive functions such as attention, spatial representation, and learning and memory. Approaches that use novel techniques to study behavior within an evolutionary and ecological context are encouraged.

    Target Dates: January 12 and July 12 (annually)


REFERENCE: GP1998-1191