MRes/PhD Studentship in Animal Behaviour or Neuroscience at the Newcastle University, 2012 UK

Behavioural neuroscience is key for understanding how the brain works. It aids the discovery of appropriate treatments for human brain diseases. Non-human primates often serve as model species as they have similar neural structures to humans. They are regularly motivated to participate in neuroscience experiments by means of fluid control regimes. While fluid control protocols are contentious, virtually no scientific data exist to inform how these protocols affect an animal, how they could be refined or replaced.

-The award covers tuition fees at the UK/EU rate and an annual stipend at the Research Council standard rate (currently £13,590). -The award is open to UK nationals and EU nationals who have spent at least 3 years prior to the application resident in the UK.

Scholarship Deadline: 16th March 2012

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