Experimental Neuroscience - MRes
The aim of this one year full time course is to provide students with a broad research training in neuroscience which will:
- prepare them for PhD studies
- enable them to make a more informed choice for their PhD research
Students will complete three projects during the year, designed to give practical experience of laboratory research, and chosen to cover a wide range of skills. Students will also be required to write three mini-dissertations on set topics covering all aspects of neuroscience.
At a glance...
Duration: 1 year full-time
Start date: October
Entry requirements: First degree in a science subject (at least an upper second) from a UK university or an equivalent qualification if obtained outside the UK
Location: Hammersmith Campus
Organising Department: Division of Experimental Medicine, Centre for Neuroscience
Course director: Professor Steve Gentleman
Course organiser: Dr Patricia Cover
The survey system: www.imperial.ac.uk/sole
How to apply
On completion of the course the student should have:
The course is primarily designed to prepare students for an academic or industrial research career.
It will provide broad research training for those wishing to undertake further research training at PhD level.
The skills acquired will also be of value for those wishing to pursue a career in clinical service, industry or scientific publishing.
Imperial College works closely with employers and industry, including Industrial Advisory Panels to design Master’s courses which provide graduates with technical knowledge, expertise and transferable skills and to encourage students to take internships and placements. All Master’s courses are designed with employer needs in mind with some Master’s courses accredited by Professional, Statutory and Regulatory Bodies. Most Master’s courses offer an opportunity to carry out research projects in industry.