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Introducing the new Cambridge Neuroscience MPhil in Basic and Translational Neuroscience
Cambridge Neuroscience is delighted to announce its MPhil in Basic and Translational Neuroscience.
This research theme brings together research groups in basic and translational neuroscience through a joint seminar and research training programme involving contributing Departments and Institutes from across four Schools. The programme is based in the Department of Physiology, Development and Neurosciences, under the Programme Director Professor Ole Paulsen but the lab rotations and PhD element can be undertaken in a wide range of participating departments.
The programme is a one-year Masters course with both taught and research components. Students selected onto the course will follow the structured MPhil in Basic and Translational Neuroscience research training. The aims of this one-year, full-time research training course are as follows:
The additional objectives that are specific to this programme will be:
Upon successful completion of the Masters course, students drawn from a diverse range of subject backgrounds are all expected to have:
Students wishing to progress to the PhD after completing this MPhil course must apply via the Graduate Admissions Office. They will be required to pass the MPhil degree at a sufficient level to satisfy the Departmental Graduate Education Committee of the Department they are applying to and that they have the skills and ability to achieve the higher degree.
Posted on 21/10/2015
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