The MSc Neuroimaging provides training in all the scientific and methodological aspects of Neuroimaging. This programme offers a strong applied element, including practical experience of scanning techniques and analysis methodologies. During their time at the Institute of Psychiatry, the students develop the broad set of skills that are essential to anybody wanting to work in the competitive world of Neuroimaging.
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- The Department of Neuroimaging provides an interdisciplinary research environment, which specialises in a world-leading combination of application-oriented brain imaging and analysis techniques. Neuroimaging is today one of the most successful research fields within the Institute of Psychiatry.
- Breadth of applications including psychiatry, neurology, psychology, clinical neuroscience, neuroscience and beyond.
- Based in the state-of-the-art Centre for Neuroimaging Sciences (CNS), with direct access to five MR scanners (one 1.5T, three 3T and one preclinical 7T) and to an EEG lab.
- Strong partnerships with sister hospitals, industry and other research centres hosting complementary technologies such as PET, MEG, CT, Ultrasound and Stem Cell Imaging.
- A world-class team of academic physicists and methodologists as well as leading psychiatrists, neurologists, psychologists and clinical psychologists.
- Extensive collaborations within the College, as well as with other universities and industry.
- Lectures given by experts in their field providing students with in-depth knowledge of their subject areas.
- Strong practical and experiential course components aimed at immersing students in all aspects of day-to-day neuroimaging techniques and their applications.
Dr Vincent Giampietro
King's College London
Credit value (UK/ECTS equivalent)
UK 180 / ECTS 90
One year FT, September to September.
Denmark Hill Campus.
Those who successfully complete the programme will have a solid understanding of the techniques and applications of Neuroimaging and will be well equipped to work in Neuroimaging or related professions. Students may also wish to use the programme as preparation for PhD study in either Neuroimaging or a related research area.
Year of entry 2013