PhD in Brain Science
PhD in Brain Sciences
The PhD in Brain Sciences track combines multidisciplinary and comprehensive training with hands-on research experience in brain studies. The Center offers a wide variety of laboratories that use advanced research technologies and engages in basic brain science, as well as in clinical trials. Graduates of the PhD program in brain sciences are prepared to spearhead research in academia, the industry and in clinical environments.
Admission criteria for the PhD in Brain Sciences
Minimal average grade requirement - 90
The program in brain sciences offers two tracks: PhD track and combined MSc and PhD.
The combined MSc and PhD track is for outstanding students who completed their BSc degree. It lasts six years, and enables these students to complete both their MSc and PhD.
The PhD track lasts five years and is for outstanding students that have already obtained their MSc degree.
Both tracks are available for students with an academic background in the following fields: Brain sciences, life sciences, exact sciences (mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering, computer sciences) and cognitive sciences.
Candidates with prior studies in other areas are welcome to contact us as well.
The PhD program in brain sciences comprises two main elements: completion of the courses and a thesis work.
If you’re interested in the program and would like to receive more details, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PhD in Brain Sciences Program
The PhD program in brain sciences is personally adapted to each student based on their academic background and scientific interests. Students must complete the following program.
Students that begin their studies with no background in the following areas will take preparatory courses during the first year of their studies. based on their academic studies:
Each student must take 6 core courses:
- Cognitive Science
Additional Academic Activities in the PhD Brain Sciences Program
Students of the program must also take part in the following academic activities:
- Research project - research project of one semester in one of the labs
- Participation in a department seminar
- Additional electives courses (total of 8 credit points) - a variety of elective courses is offered by the Center’s researchers, providing an opportunity for students to increase their knowledge and skills in a variety of research topics
Students of the PhD in brain sciences must complete a thesis in one of the research laboratories of the Center for Brain Sciences.
If you’re interested in the program and would like to receive more information, contact us at email@example.com.
Last Updated Date : 25/01/2021