MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology

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MPhil/PhD

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Part Time, Full Time

Biomedical & Health Sciences gradaute student in the laboratory
RESEARCH PROFILE
  • 2008 RAE Divisional Results:  Recognised as contributing 'world-leading quality' research work
  • Research income: £22.5m for 2009-2010
  • Current number of academic staff: 28
  • Current number of research students: 30
  • Current research projects include:
    • PTEN signaling and circuit formation
    • Development of the oculomoto system and Duane syndrome
    • The dynamics of retinotopic map formation in mouse superior colliculus
    • The role of BMP inhibition during neural induction in Xenopus Laevis
    • The function of the LIM genes in the thalamic development of zebrafish.
KEY FACTS
Head of group/division
Professor Andrew Lumsden FRS (Centre Director); Professor Corinne Houart (Acting Head of Division)
Awarding institution
King's College London
Duration
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.
Location
Guy's Campus.
Student destinations
Contact Division for details.
Year of entry 2014
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