Neuroscience News

Temple University’s Neuroscience professors take students on a journey through the mind in search of exciting new discoveries. Here, the College of Liberal Arts will take you through the journeys those bright minds embark on during their time at Temple and beyond. Read the student, alumni and faculty stories here and contact us if you have a Temple Neuroscience story of your own you think should be shared. Undergraduate and graduate students experience a hands-on approach to learning that includes studying ADHD, addiction, depression, age-related disorders, anxiety and more. Guided by the faculty, students conduct exciting research using modern techniques to help them make a difference in the classroom and beyond. See where their inquisitive minds take them.

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Marguerite Robinson is a 2016 graduate in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience and a 2018 graduate of the MS in Neuroscience Program. She is currently a Neurocognitive Specialist at NeuroRestorative.

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Providing one-on-one cognitive rehabilitation services in the home, community, and school/workplace. Focus on areas such as deficits in executive functioning, memory, and attention. What I enjoy most about my job is assisting clients to reach their full potential and independence. 

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Jasmine Forde was a double major in Neuroscience and Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts and graduated in 2016. She is currently a Research Analyst at Mathematica.

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Rosalie Schumann was a double major in Neuroscience and Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts and graduated in 2018. She is currently a Medical Student at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

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College of Liberal Arts Dean Richard Deeg addresses our students, alumni, faculty and staff on the crucial topics of diversity, race and anti-bias.

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