Bordeaux Neurocampus Graduate Program
Learning type(s): In Person
Language(s): English, French
Duration: 3-5 years
Degrees available: MSc, PhD
Domains: Circuit Dynamics and Oscillations, Cognition and Neural Network, Excitability and Plasticity, Neurodegenerative Disorders and Pathological Aging, Psychiatric and Cognitive Disorders, Sensory Systems, Synaptic Integration, Excitability and Plasticity
Subdomains: Addiction and drugs of abuse, ALS and FTD spectrum disorders, Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, Animal models, Animal studies, Auditory system, Autism spectrum, Biological rhythms and sleep, Cell excitability, Cognitive function, Cytoskeleton and cell motility, Data Analysis, Decision making and reasoning, Development of neural systems, EEG, Electrophysiology, Environmental factors, fMRI and PET, Glia-neuron interactions, Light microscopy, Mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases, Metabolism, Mitochondria, Olfaction, Pharmacology, Psychiatric disorders, Regulation of food intake, nutrient and liquid homeostasis and body weight, Sensorimotor control, Synaptic plasticity
The Bordeaux Neurocampus Graduate Program is a cross-disciplinary international training program including a Master of Science (MSc) and a Doctoral Program (PhD).
Based in the Bordeaux Neurocampus and its vibrant and diverse scientific community it provides training in many neuroscience disciplines from fundamental to applied and translational research.
The Master program offers different tracks to enter in the first year of study. There are 3 international tracks implemented with international partners (NeuroBIM, Neurasmus, EMN-Online) and 2 French tracks (one for life science students and one for other publics). After the first year, all the students follow the same 2nd year (except the EMN-Online).
The PhD program allows the candidates to integrate one of the Bordeaux Neurocampus laboratories and carry their research projects there over 3 years. The program fosters a dynamic community with top quality research facilities, ambitious training initiatives (some suggested by the PhD candidates), international partnerships and conferences.