Institute of Neuroscience (IoN), Newcastle University, United Kingdom

Institute of Neuroscience (IoN), Newcastle University, United Kingdom, Newcastle, United Kingdom
Newcastle, United Kingdom
Ph.D. Program
General neuroinformatics , Computational neuroscience , Neuroimaging , Large scale modeling , Electrophysiology , Clinical neuroscience
  • Institute of Neuroscience (IoN), Newcastle University, United Kingdom
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Newcastle University offers a 4-year PhD program in Systems Neuroscience with focus areas of Neuroinformatics, Neuroimaging, and Neurotechnology. The program is aimed at graduates from the physical sciences and includes neuroscience modules and three lab rotations in the first year.

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English

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Newcastle University offers a 4-year PhD program in Systems Neuroscience with focus areas of Neuroinformatics, Neuroimaging, and Neurotechnology. The
program is aimed at graduates from the physical sciences and includes neuroscience modules and three lab rotations in the first year.

The Institute of Neuroscience at Newcastle University integrates more than 100 principal investigators across medicine, psychology, computer science, and engineering. Research in systems, cellular, computational, and behavioural neuroscience. Laboratory facilities include auditory and visual psychophysics; rodent, monkey, and human neuroimaging (EEG, fMRI, PET); TMS; optical recording, multi-electrode neurophysiology, confocal and fluorescence imaging, high-throughput computing and e-science, artificial sensory-motor devices, clinical testing, and the only brain bank for molecular changes in human brain development

The Wellcome Trust's Four-year PhD Programmes are a flagship scheme aimed at supporting the most promising students to undertake in-depth postgraduate research training. The first year combines taught courses with three laboratory rotations to broaden students' knowledge of the subject area. At
the end of the first year, students will make an informed choice of their three-year PhD research project.