[visionlist] Brain Imaging and Cognitive Neuroscience Masters

zoe kourtzi z.kourtzi at bham.ac.uk
Tue May 23 19:26:46 GMT 2006

A new Masters level research program in Brain Imaging and Cognitive
Neuroscience is being offered by the School of Psychology, University of
Birmingham, UK. 
The School is a top class 5* department that has a strong group in Cognitive
Neuroscience and a state-of-the-art Imaging Centre.

The course runs for 12 months from Oct 2006 and is designed to provide a
strong research training in modern theory and methods of cognitive
neuroscience.  Students will be taught by a faculty of active research
scientists, using lectures, workshops and practical demonstrations. Students
will also spend much of their time in supervised research, gaining
experience in how to design, perform and analyse high-quality cognitive
neuroscientific experiments.

Details may be found at http://psg275.bham.ac.uk/.
For more information please contact Professor R.C. Miall
r.c.miall at bham.ac.uk or Zoe Kourtzi z.kourtzi at bham.ac.uk

Zoe Kourtzi, PhD
Chair of Brain Imaging
Behavioural and Brain Sciences
School of Psychology
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston, Birmingham
B15 2TT UK 

tel: 121 414 8509
fax: 121 414 4897
e-mail: z.kourtzi at bham.ac.uk

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