- 2008 RAE Divisional Results: Recognised as contributing 'world-leading quality' research work
- Research income: £6.5m for 2014/2015
- Current number of academic staff: 29
- Current number of research students: 36
- Current research projects include:
Lineage specification of cortical circuits
Integration of chandelier cells in visual cortex networks
Imaging activity and nucleogenesis in the zebrafish
Molecular mechanisms of cerebellar evolution
Morphological and molecular characterisation of transit amplifying granule cell precursors
Head of group/division
Professor Oscar Marin (Centre Director)
King's College London
Expected to be three to four years FT, four to six years PT. The new full-time four-year programme includes a first year comprised of taught courses and three laboratory rotations. Registration usually October although students may commence at any time.
Contact Division for details.
Year of entry 2016