The Neuroplasticity and Disease Group has been awarded a 4-year EPSRC Neurotechnology Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) PhD studentship at Imperial College London to study high-throughput visualization and computational consequences of increased synaptic plasticity and axon regeneration in the living aged brain. This studentship is in collaboration with Claudia Clopath and Anil Anthony Bharat of the Department of Bioengineering at Imperial College London.
See the Imperial College London Centre for Neurotechnology web site for the full list of CDT studentships projects and to apply online. For informal enquires, contact Vincenzo De Paola at email@example.com. Closing date for applications is February 24th 2014.