Neuroscience focuses on the scientific study of the brain and nervous system. While neuroscience traditionally falls within the field of life sciences, its interdisciplinary nature bridges the boundaries into mathematics, engineering, psychology and related disciplines. As both technology and medicine become more and more advanced, neuroscience continues to gain importance. Neuroscientists can find work in academia, the private and public sectors. Often a PhD or an MD is required to work at a high level, but once one has reached such a stage, there are many opportunities for funded research and career advancement
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