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This page is sets out the teaching opportunities that are available to you to help you build up your teaching experience, encourage personal development as well as benefiting the division and adding excellence and diversity to the IoPPN’s overall teaching offerings.


What is the course: Intercalating BSc and BSc Neuroscience

What is needed: Final Year Student Experimental Research Projects (note psychology projects and/or projects with a clinical focus are all welcomed).

Who can apply: Academics and Postdocs.

Benefits: Up to £660 bench fees, 42 hours on the education database per student, extra pair of hands to support your research, good opportunity to identify future MSc/PhD students.

Who to contact: Module Organiser: isabella.gavazzi@kcl.ac.uk or for general questions, Dr Jon Robbins (jon.robbins@kcl.ac.uk).

Other information: MBBS2 including a significant neuroscience module. These students will have been brought up to level 6 having done Cellular & System Neuroscience, Principles in Neurobiological Research and Developmental Neurobiology, Perspectives on Pain and Nervous System Disorders between Sept and Dec 2015. They will have a strong clinical interest. The module is 45 credits, students are available Jan to April 2016 about 3 days a week for 12 weeks (flexible) and they have no other formal teaching during this period.

Deadline: N/A (projects are collected throughout the year as those not available before the start of the module will be offered the following year).


 

What is the course: Intercalating BSc & BSc Neuroscience

What is needed: Final Year Student Library Projects (note psychology projects and/or projects with a clinical focus are all welcomed).

Who can apply: Academics and Postdocs.

Benefits: 6 education hours per student, extra pair of hands for your research, good opportunity to identify future MSc/PhD students.

Who to contact: Module organiser: paul.francis@kcl.ac.uk, or for general questions, Dr Jon Robbins (jon.robbins@kcl.ac.uk).

Other information:  These projects are for both iBSc and BSc students doing a degree in Neuroscience. The intercalating students are as above and the BSc students have done 2 and a half years of Neuroscience.  The module is 15 credits, the students have a few meetings with the supervisor (2-4) perform a literature search on a topic given by the supervisor, which could be on your expertise or in an area that you would like to know more about, and write a ~7000 word dissertation. Timings of meeting are flexible and usually done between Jan and April.

Deadline: N/A (projects are collected throughout the year as those not available before the start of the module will be offered the following year).


 

What is the course: Intercalated BSc in Psychology/ Neuroscience & Neuropsychology

What is needed: iBSc Student Research Projects (projects with a psychological component)

Who can apply: Academics (Postdocs and 2nd/3rd year PhD’s may co-supervise).

Benefits:  30 hours on the education database per student, £250 bench fees, extra pair of hands to support your research, good opportunity to identify future MSc/PhD students.

Who to contact: Module Organiser sam.norton@kcl.ac.uk or for general questions tessa.van_leeuwen@kcl.ac.uk.

Other information:  The module is at level level 6 and worth 30 credits. Students are available from Oct 2016 till March 2017 approx 1-day per week.

Deadline: Friday 17th June 2016

 


 

 

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