[Comp-neuro] Imperial College Brain Sciences & Engineering Fellowships

Simon Schultz s.schultz at imperial.ac.uk
Wed Mar 27 17:40:25 CET 2013


Imperial College Brain Sciences & Engineering PhD Fellowships

Applications are invited for three PhD Training Fellowships in Brain 
Sciences & Engineering at Imperial College London, to begin in 2013/14. 
The Fellowships are for collaborative research at the interface between 
engineering and neuroscience/neurology, and each fellow will study under 
a supervision team involving principal investigators from both the 
Faculty of Engineering and the Division of Brain Sciences, Faculty of 
Medicine.

Training fellowships may be held for up to 4 years (as part of a “1+3” 
PhD training programme, where in the first year an approved MRes degree 
is taken).

Eligibility

The Fellowships are open to UK and EU students who hold, or expect to 
receive, a first class or good upper second class Honours degree (or 
equivalent) in a relevant discipline.

How to apply

Applicants should submit a CV, together with a personal statement, to 
the email address below. The personal statement should be 1-2 pages long 
and should include why you are applying for a Brain Sciences & 
Engineering PhD Training Fellowship, the area of research you wish to 
focus on, and why you believe that research in this area is important. 
Applicants are not required to have confirmed a PhD supervision team 
before application, but are nevertheless encouraged to make contact with 
potential supervisors.

Supervisory teams may be drawn from any permanent member of academic 
staff in the Faculty of Engineering or the Division of Brain Sciences.

Applications should be emailed to: neurotech-studentships at imperial.ac.uk

The deadline for applications is 1st May 2013. Shortlisted candidates 
will be invited for interview in early May.

Further information is available at 
http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/neurotechnology/fellowships


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