A first or upper second-class honours degree or master's degree in a biomedical or life science discipline. Other closely related disciplines can be considered (e.g. mathematics, computer science or physics). You should also have some background in mathematics or computer science, (e.g. A-levels or application of mathematical modelling/computational methods in undergraduate research).
Months of entry
Neural dynamics is the study of the nervous system's remarkable capacity to change and, at a systems level, the dynamic interplay between integration and segregation of brain regions that enables all aspects of behaviour, including learning, memory, homeostasis and sensorimotor control.
The Wellcome Trust PhD programme is different to a traditional PhD route, in that it provides you with a year of taught units and two extensive research projects before you embark on your primary research focus. This innovative structure presents an opportunity to explore several areas of neural dynamics research, giving you a broad understanding of the foundations underpinning your core interests. This means you can make a fully informed decision about the major research focus of the remaining three years of your PhD.
Bristol is a fantastic place to live, with a lively neuroscience student community that creates and is involved in several groups and activities.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Ms Elaine Sparey