You will have gained a First Class or Upper Second Class undergraduate degree or Master's degree in a biomedical science discipline or a relevant theoretical discipline (mathematics, computer science or physics).
You should also have some background in mathematics or computer science, eg A-levels or application of mathematical modelling / computational methods in undergraduate research.
Crucially, we are looking for talented and motivated students willing to take up the many varied challenges in neural dynamics and who are open to learning about new disciplines and working across different fields.
International students are eligible to apply for this programme, and we welcome and encourage applications. If you are an non-EU student, you will only receive funding to cover PhD programme fees at the UK/EU student rate; however, each year we are in a position to apply UK/EU rates to one non-EU student.