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Find details of key Neuroscience Domain contacts, and how to subscribe to the fortnightly Domain newsletter.

Contact Us

Prospective students

If you have specific queries relating to a course of study at UCL, please contact the relevant course administrator/tutor. Contact details for these individuals can be found on the home page of the course in question and on the Study pages of this website, along with a list of neuroscience-related courses available at UCL.


The UCL Neuroscience Domain does not have a formal mechanism for identifying placement opportunities. However, some individual labs do offer placements from time to time. To find a subject area or researcher that you may be interested in working with, please browse the Research section.


If you are a neurological patient with a query relating to an appointment or your care at one of our associated hospitals, please contact the department concerned, or speak to our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) on 020 7380 9975. If you know the department you need to speak to please contact them via our switchboard on 0845 155 5000.

Press and media enquiries

As one of the world's leading centres for neuroscience, our neuroscientists feature regularly in the national and international media, both for their research breakthroughs and to comment on wider issues and news stories in the field.

If you are a journalist and would like to know more about our research, or would like to speak to an expert please contact Chris Lane in UCL Media Relations.

If you would like to speak to a clinician from the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, rather than a scientific researcher, please contact the Communications Unit for University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust on 020 7380 9897.


If you would like to receive the fortnightly Neuroscience Domain newsletter, you can subscribe using the link below.

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All other queries

Contact the UCL Neuroscience Domain team if you have a query about the website, or are interested in finding out more about a specific aspect of UCL Neuroscience.