Welcome to Neuroethology! In this page you will find useful information that will help you to get settled into the Neuroethology program.
Our programs (master and doctoral) were founded in 1993. We aim to train professionals with a high academic capacity to research the area of neurosciences and behavior. We are proud to say that the National Research Council (CONACyT) recognize us as an international program.
What makes Neuroethology unique is the lack of boundaries since our primary interest is the study of animal behavior. We work with different issues, subjects, and faculties, and this has resulted in world-leading research environments. In addition to scientific matters, we address problems where the results can benefit all of society.