The Hamilton College Senior Fellowship Program

Some of the best students in neuroscience participate in the Senior Fellowship Program, in which up to seven students at the College are selected to undertake a major research project for their senior year, under the supervision of at least two members of the faculty. Senior Fellows have studied the neurochemistry of octopamine, patterns of human motion, integration of sensory information by single neurons, evoked potential correlates of cognitive processing, brain mechanisms of reward, and tactile psychophysics.