Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Clinical Neuroscience Training Program

Welcome to the Clinical Neuroscience Training Program (CNST)!

The Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania originally developed the Clinical Neuroscience Training program (CNST) to enhance medical students’ exposure to the neurosciences while pursuing studies for the Doctor of Medicine degree. The CNST has now expanded its mission to include both medical and graduate students in medicine, neuroscience, and related fields with an interest in translational neuroscience. The CNST is aimed at training translational neuroscientists who will eventually participate on the forefront of academic practice and/or research.

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Clinical Neuroscience Training Program (CNST) Leadership Change Announcement:

The Penn Medicine Translational Neuroscience Center (PTNC) would like to announce a change in leadership to the Clinical Neuroscience Training Program (CNST). With Dr. Matthew Kayser’s transition into his new role as Director of Neuroscience and Research Training for the Psychiatry Residency Program, he has stepped down as Associate Director of the CNST. It is our pleasure to announce that Dr. Daniel Wolf, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, has agreed to take on the role of Associate Director of the CNST alongside Dr. Roy Hamilton. Please join us in thanking Dr. Kayser for his many contributions to the CNST and congratulating Dr. Wolf on taking on this important new role.