Our strategy explains how a coordinated approach to neuroscience activities will benefit the UCL Neuroscience community and further improve UCL's international standing.
The UCL Neuroscience Domain has three key objectives:
- Facilitate world-class neuroscience research across UCL
- Cultivate succeeding generations of international quality neuroscientists
- Promote communication and engagement in neuroscience, both internally and externally
This requires the facilitation of research activities across different parts of UCL and various research disciplines, the support of individual researchers, research Centres, Departments and Institutes, and encouraging synergistic endeavours of strategic importance. The aim is to ensure that UCL Neuroscience remains at the cutting edge of research and attracts, develops and retains the very best neuroscientists.
Our strategy document, prepared by the UCL Neuroscience Domain Steering Group, explains how a strategic, coordinated approach to neuroscience activities will benefit the UCL Neuroscience community and further improve UCL's international standing. It describes our collective goals for the future, and how these fit into the broader UCL strategy.