Definition of neurobiology in English:

neurobiology

noun

mass noun
  • The biology of the nervous system.

    • ‘The evolution of all the organisms that live on Earth today from ancestors that lived in the past is at the core of genetics, biochemistry, neurobiology, physiology, ecology, and other biological disciplines.’
    • ‘As a result, N. vectensis is widely used to study developmental biology, neurobiology and physiology.’
    • ‘The importance of neurobiology in the motor functions of the gut has led to the introduction of the term ‘neurogastroenterology’ to denote the subject.’
    • ‘In 1967, embryology, invertebrate zoology, neurobiology, and physiology were the major summer courses of the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole.’
    • ‘The GAD vaccine originated at UCLA from an unexpected convergence of studies in neurobiology and immunology.’

Pronunciation

neurobiology

/ˌnjʊərəʊbʌɪˈɒlədʒi/