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UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology

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The Queen Square Institute of Neurology is one of the world's largest, most productive and highest-impact neuroscience centres. More than 80% of UCL’s neuroscience research was rated world-leading or internationally excellent in the last REF.

Our research spans the whole spectrum of basic and clinical research into neurological disorders, and we have extensive collaborations with both the UCL Neuroscience Domain and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. 

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Our research departments

We have eight departments covering clinical and basic research, spanning areas that range from brain rehabilitation to neuromuscular diseases.

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Our research centres

These include the MRC International Centre for Genomic Medicine in Neuromuscular Diseases and Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging.

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Our clinical divisions

Alongside our departments, we have six divisions representing professional affiliations and providing a forum for those with similar specialist training.

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Why study with us?

We are home to some of the world's most influential academics. By studying with us, you will have the opportunity to be part of the next generation of experts in neuroscience.

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Publications and impact

UCL is the top-rated university in the UK for research power and more than 80% of UCL’s neuroscience research was rated world-leading or internationally excellent in the last REF. 

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We are building a world-class environment to fight neurological disease, delivering a new hub that will be one of the leading translational neuroscience centres in the world. 

Student testimonials

 

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Fahm Deen, PhD, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology

"UCL Brain Sciences consists of internationally renowned scientists who contribute to ground-breaking discoveries and offers world-class facilities not found under one hood elsewhere in the world."


Claudia Cannavo
Claudia Cannavo, PhD student, UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology

"I deeply appreciate the meritocracy and transparency that characterise learning and research at UCL and, more generally, in the UK."