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The tools now available to understand neurological disorders offer an unprecedented opportunity to identify disease targets and develop and test novel therapies that could revolutionize treatment. But to bring this revolution to light, we need to build on our translational programs to close the gap between discoveries made in the research lab and clinical treatments for patients.
We will be able to identify and develop new therapies as this approach illuminates our knowledge of disease mechanisms. International applicants can find out the equivalent qualification for their country by selecting from the list below. The programme combines theoretical and practical teaching on both the breadth of, and complexity in conducting clinical research. Topics include clinical pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, research governance, statistics and the fundamental principle for using the correct enabling technologies within the context of medical research and drug development.
All students undertake a research project which culminates in a dissertation of 15, words. The programme will combine lectures, workshops and tutorials. Practicals will focus on the role of surrogate markers and emerging technologies in drug development e. Assessment is through short answer unseen examinations, coursework and presentations.. Currently we do not have any scholarships for the MRes in Translational Neuroscience.
For a comprehensive list of the funding opportunities available at UCL, including funding relevant to your nationality, please visit the Scholarships and Funding website. The programme is designed to cater to graduates in medicine and biomedical sciences who wish to gain valuable training in clinical research before embarking on a clinical PhD programme, medical training, or professional work in clinical trials.
The successful completion of the MRes may also enhance opportunities for graduates to enter medical school or for MBBS graduates to progress to specialist medical training. Whatever your chosen career pathway, the MRes in Translational Neuroscience will equip graduates to either get a first step on the ladder, change career directions or help them become more experienced with a specific expertise.
MSc Translational Neuroscience
The programme is delivered by the UCL Institute of Neurology, a specialist postgraduate institute and a worldwide centre of excellence in clinical research across neurological diseases, including movement disorders e. Students will be taught by experts in the field and have the opportunity to network with internationally recognised opinion leaders in neurology and neurodegeneration.
A list of researchers you can work with is available on the departmental website at: ucl. By the end of the programme students will gain a thorough understanding of the challenges involved in setting up research projects, and learn how to design, implement, analyse and report clinical studies.
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Undertaking an extended piece of primary research in a clinical trials setting alongside internationally recognised researchers is particularly attractive to students wishing to pursue doctoral or clinical research. The focus on translational neurology, from within the specialist research setting of the Leonard Wolfson Experimental Neurology Centre, is also of note. Students are advised to apply as early as possible due to competition for places.
Those applying for scholarship funding particularly overseas applicants should take note of application deadlines.
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