The Behavioural and Brain Sciences Unit offers research opportunities for Post-doctoral Fellows and PhD students, and hosts visiting MSc students and undergraduates working on honours projects. If you are interested in working in our research group please read about our research to identify how your interests complement ours. Periodically the Unit also advertises specific vacancies for Research Assistants or Associates to work on funded projects. These vacancies will be advertised on the job section of our website and on www.jobs.ac.uk.
The BBSU welcomes Post-doctoral Fellows with their own funding and
is especially interested in hosting those who bring new skills to the
Each year one or two new PhD students join the BBSU. For general
information about studying for research degrees at the ICH, please refer
information and guidelines website.
The Child Health Research Appeal Trust (CHRAT) is a charity established to support the research of the Institute and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust. It offers a 3 year PhD studentship and, normally, four new studentships are awarded annually. Those selected for funding can choose from a wide range of projects and usually one is available in the BBSU. To find out more information and see current vacancies, please refer to the ICH PhD Studentships website.
Wellcome Trust Neuroscience Studentships
University College London offers a 4 year PhD programme in Neuroscience, and up to five studentships are funded each year by the Wellcome Trust. Professor David Skuse supervises students with a particular interest in the genetic basis of social cognition. To find out more please refer to the UCL Division of Biosciences website.
Opportunities for Undergraduates
CHRAT Vacation Studentships
The Child Health Research Appeal Trust (CHRAT) offers a summer vacation scheme based at the Institute of Child Health. This scheme gives undergraduate students the opportunity to conduct short term research projects over their summer break. The scheme advertises a total of 6 studentships each year for students studying Science or Medicine and offers maintenance support. For more information and current vacancies, please refer to the CHRAT website.
For more general information on scholarships and funding opportunities see the UCL scholarships and funding website.
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