UCL Division of Biosciences


Neuroscience stream

Please Note: There may be access to modules other than those provided in the following list. However, all optional modules must have the approval of the subject stream tutor. Some modules may be appropriate for more than one subject stream. You can view further information about the modules in the Module Catalogue.

Subject stream tutor

Prof Stephanie Schorge
Email: s.schorge@ucl.ac.uk

Neuroscience taught module

ANAT0018: Receptors and Synaptic Signalling

Example project titles

Understanding the effect of post-translational modifications of Wnt receptors in neuronal development

SCN9a knockout using CRISPR tool kit

Identify neuronal progenitors that give rise to neurons in layer II of the lateral entorhinal cortex in adult mice

Does the Wnt antagonist DKK1 effect glial cells during synaptic degeneration?

Molecular pharmacology of intermediate-conductance calcium-activated potassium channels

Using Rodent VR to Assess the Effect of Spatial Uncertainty on Grid Cell Firing

Epigenetic deregulation of Wnt signalling in AD

Uncovering social preference circuitry in the juvenile zebrafish

Pharmacological modulation of mtDNA heteroplasmy

Assessing Cerebellar Mitochondrial Function in Murine EAE

Oxidative Stress Regulation of Mitophagy

Hyperphosphorylation and aggregation of neuronal tau; a trigger for astroytic and microglial activation within the hippocampus?

The post-natal development of the entorhinal bulbs and their role in spatial firing modulation

Opioid-dependent signalling in SCN9A congenital insensitivity to pain

Neurodevelopmental characterisation of Fragile X Syndrome in zebrafish

Characterisation of the Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Novel Sleep Promoting Protein Dreammist in Zebrafish?

The role of cleavage of the Cav α2δ-3 auxiliary subunit

Perceptual Load Effects on Neural Oscillatory Power in Sustained Attention during Multiple Object Tracking

Investigation and manipulation of C9orf72 poly-GA and poly-PR dipeptide repeat proteins

Hexokinase Regulation of PINK1/Parkin-Mediated Mitophagy