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Recruiting Cambridge Neuroscientists to assist with undergraduate workshops and practicals
Part II Neuroscience is the interdepartmental course for third-year undergraduates, and attracts many good students. We are putting on additional lab workshops for the students next Michaelmas Term and recruiting Cambridge Neuroscientists to assist.
The workshops are intended to introduce students to a range of research techniques in neuroscience, and can be in various formats. The most desirable and popular are practicals where the students do some work themselves. Clinical demonstrations are also popular. There can also be lab demonstrations or interactive seminars.
Usually the workshops last for 2-3 hours in an afternoon, but they can last for most of a day, or have a debrief session on a second day, if necessary.
If you would like to assist with these workshops please contact John Rogers (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Posted on 21/07/2008
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