[Comp-neuro] University of Sussex 4-year PhD Programme in Neuroscience
M.Maravall at sussex.ac.uk
Wed Nov 13 17:14:58 CET 2019
We are inviting applications for our PhD Programme in Neuroscience at the University of Sussex, for entry in September 2020. Could you please kindly distribute to interested students - we are very interested in applications from students with quantitative (physical sciences/computing/math) backgrounds.
University of Sussex
4-year PhD Programme in Neuroscience
Sussex Neuroscience is now inviting applications for September 2020 entry to our funded PhD Programme, which includes a first year of laboratory rotations and taught modules. These support a transition into neuroscience from other science disciplines such as physics and computing, and provide students with the opportunity to both broaden and deepen their experience of different neuroscience fields and techniques. More than 40 supervisors are offering research projects in topics including molecular & cellular biology, neurophysiology, learning, behavioural and cognitive neuroscience, psychology, development, sensory systems, computational neuroscience, functional imaging, neurodegeneration and translational neuroscience (the interface between fundamental and clinical neuroscience).
Application Deadline: January 6th 2020
The beautiful Sussex campus, located just outside Brighton, is home to one of the largest neuroscience research communities in the UK, with strong interdisciplinary interactions between the biological and computational sciences.
Our PhD Programme attracts some of the brightest students internationally. Home/EU fees are waived and a stipend is provided. We also welcome applications from non-EU students; we may be able to contribute top-up funds to exceptional international students who secure partial external funding. All students on the Programme can access financial support to attend conferences and additional training opportunities in the UK and overseas throughout their PhD.
For further information and application instructions, please visit:
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