Bryan A Strange
Functional organization of the hippocampal longitudinal axis
Nature Reviews - October 2014
Annual Dinner: Thursday 19th March 2015
- Prof. Gordon Stewart
- Ms Susan Beesley
Departments and supervisors are extremely keen to recruit MBPhD students, who have a reputation for brains and dedication.
The MBPhD Programme at UCL is a course designed for students who aim at a clinical career that embodies a substantial research component. Such individuals might work in university (‘academic’) medicine, or in clinical medicine aimed at development of new styles of investigation or management of patients, or in the pharmaceutical industry, or public health planning of medical services, or even in financial services aimed at funding of clinically-related commercial ventures.
The programme enables medical students to integrate a PhD with their clinical education and provides a structure for working across traditional boundaries between the laboratory bench and the clinical bedside.
Students will graduate with an M.B B.S. and a PhD.
Introduction by the Head of the Medical School
|The MB PhD programme allows a select group of students to develop their basic science skills from BSc to PhD whilst completing their undergraduate medical education. The programme at UCL is one of the oldest in the UK. Its strength comes from the huge breadth of high quality basic and clinical research in the School of Life and Medical Sciences at UCL and in our partner institutions: the MRC National Institute for Medical Research, Mill Hill, the London Research Institute and the Francis Crick Institute. The programme offers some of the very best training environments in the world. We can offer projects that extend from basic molecular, structural and cellular biology through to 'big data' and clinical trials. The choice of disciplines is large and includes world leading programmes in neuroscience, infection and immunity, cardiovascular science and cancer. Our model is based on the success of MB-PhD programmes in the USA and it is my belief that there is no better way to prepare for a clinical academic career. I strongly commend this opportunity to students who have already developed a strong interest in medical research.||
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