OK, I basically want to do my PhD in neuroscience, focusing especially on the cognitive/behavioral aspect (so not strictly molecular). However, my undergraduate institution doesn't offer neuroscience courses, so my main training is in general biology, focusing especially on cellular and molecular biology. I've already taken and I plan to take a few more neuroscience courses from the psychology department, since this where they offer them, but they really don't get into too much detail about cellular physiology..etc. Now the thing is, I know that MD/PhDs don't take a lot of strictly graduate classes because they take graduate credits from their MD years, and so they begin their research almost directly after the MD years. So my question: would my background affect my acceptance into an MD/PhD program if I specify that I want to get into neuroscience? (and I am already doing research in vision science, using behavioral methods and single cell recordings). And how much graduate courses do MD/PhDs generally take that aren't part of the medicine curriculum? Thanks in advance for any help.