‌‌‌‌‌‌‌Purkinje cells within the cerebellum of patients with Multiple Sclerosis. Post-mortem tissue was immunofluorescently labelled with a Purkinje cell specific marker, Calbindin D28K (green) and DAPI nuclear stain (blue). It has been taken using a confocal fluorescent microscope.

A funded PhD programme training a new type of neuroscientist!

Currently recruiting

Deadline Sunday 12th June 2016.

Please apply online: http://www.bris.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/apply/ by selecting ‘Faculty of Biomedical Sciences’ and ‘Wellcome 4-year PhD in Neural Dynamics’

About the programme

The Wellcome Trust PhD in Neural Dynamics is an interdisciplinary, four-year, graduate programme at the University of Bristol.

We train a new type of neuroscientist: neuroscientists who can combine experimental and computational approaches to study dynamics of neural systems.

During your PhD, you will learn about these techniques, attending taught modules and conducting research co-supervised by experimental neuroscientists and mathematicians or computer scientists. Find out more about the programme.

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