UCL Faculty of Brain Sciences

Contact details

Dean's office:

Suite 1a, Maple House, 149 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 7NF

Latest Brain Sciences News

Dementia patient

Improving the lives of dementia carers

Published: Nov 19, 2014 11:10:00 AM


Wellcome Trust unveils new funding framework

Published: Nov 18, 2014 11:16:58 AM

Red light district

One in ten British men say they have paid for sex

Published: Nov 18, 2014 11:10:00 AM

Example choice presented to participants

Most people would rather harm themselves than others for profit

Published: Nov 18, 2014 10:10:00 AM

UCL Faculty of Brain Sciences

The Faculty of Brain Sciences brings together expertise at the forefront of neurology, ophthalmology, audiology, psychology and language sciences, cognitive neuroscience and mental health sciences.

The Faculty brings together six Institutes and Divisions, each of which excels in its own area of expertise. It is one of four faculties within UCL's School of Life and Medical Sciences.

Faculty News

Meet the Researcher: Students and Staff Enjoy a Unique Opportunity to Engage

In a new initiative, piloted by the Faculty of Brain Sciences Tutor's Office, newly arrived undergraduate students had the chance to meet some of the Faculty's top researchers. More...


Faculty Induction Welcomes Over 400 PG Students

On Thursday 25 September 2014, the Faculty was delighted to welcome its largest cohort of postgraduate students to date. Over 400 students, three-quarters of whom on taught postgraduate programmes, came along to the Brain Sciences PG Induction, which was followed by a Reception in the North Cloisters.

Students were given information about UCL-wide support services, including Careers and UCLU, and students on Masters programmes were introduced to their PG Mentors.


Winners of New Masters Video Competition Announced

The Faculty is delighted to announce the winners of our first Masters Video Competition. Students from across the Faculty were invited to submit a 2-minute video based around their research project, with the aim of  rewarding the outstanding research being conducted by our Masters students. More...