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The Institute for Neuroscience (INS) is the intellectual and administrative center for neuroscience research at the University of Texas at Austin. The INS administers the neuroscience graduate program and is home to more than 70 diverse neuroscience related faculty that represent all major disciplines and techniques in neuroscience including molecular, physiology, cellular and systems research, cognition, behavior, and the neurobiology of disease. The multidisciplinary environment fostered by the INS creates a vibrant, collaborative and exciting environment that poises the INS on the cutting edge of neuroscience training and research.
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