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  • PhD DEFENSE

    Daniela Ferreira

    "Unraveling the role of adenosine A2A receptors on alpha-synuclein-mediated neurotoxicity"

    February 26th, 2018, 2.30pm, Aula Magna, FMUP

     

  • NEXT SEMINARS

     

    INTEGRATIVE PROGRAMS | JAN 18TH 2018 | 12H | AUDITORIUM MARIANO GAGO

    From the periphery to the brain: pathways and molecules of joint pain

    Fani Neto, Pain Research Group

    SCIENCE@DBM | JAN 17TH 2018 | 2PM | Anfiteatro do DBM

    Effect of the polyphenol xantohumol upon glucose and arachidonic acid uptake and modulation of the placentation-related processes in HTR-8/SVneo cells

    Ana Branco, Unidade de Bioquímica, FMUP

    CANCELLED - YOUNG SCIENTISTS & POST DOC SEMINARS | JAN 17TH 2018 | 12H | AUDITORIUM MARIANO GAGO

    Contribution to the study of the mechanisms involved in the increased cardiovascular risk in patients with lupus nephritis

    Inês Ferreira, Nephrology & Infectious Diseases R&D, DP in Medicine, FMUP

  • Students' Talks - January 23rd, 2018

    "Age differences in neural correlates of feedback processing after economic decisions under risk"

    CARINA FERNANDES, PhD student of Neuroscience

     

     

     

Overview

The International Doctoral Program in Neuroscience (PhD in Neuroscience) of the University of Porto (i-PDN-UP), Portugal, is a tailor-made program that enables students from multiple backgrounds to acquire the basic theoretical and practical skills necessary to develop a PhD thesis in various fields of neuroscience.
As such, it offers a broad, multidisciplinary education guaranteed by the collaboration of numerous first line research units inside and outside the country and a large high profile faculty from the Universities of Porto, Coimbra, La Sapienza di Roma, Autónoma de Madrid and Crete.

The entire training is developed in a rich international research environment both during the first, curricular year and the preparation of the PhD thesis.  During the first year, students attend a short core curriculum covering the fundaments of neurobiology, followed by a variety of optional units encompassing the main research topics in neuroscience, the methodologies available and a number of related subjects from the engineering and mathematics domains.
In addition, the students are asked to participate in international advanced courses, to rotate through different national or international laboratories and to attend a large assortment of seminars. Medical doctors may opt for a clinical neuroscience curriculum specifically designed to train students on clinical research.
The program awards a doctoral degree by the University of Porto or a double doctoral degree by the University of Porto and one of the international participating universities, depending on the type of research project the student is engaged on.


Collaborating Institutions: I3S, MEDIN-UP, FPCEUP, FEUP, FCUP, URoma, UAutMadrid, UCrete

Administration: FMUP
Coordinator: Deolinda Lima

Elegibility
Experimental Neuroscience branch - Degree in medicine or other health related sciences, biology, biochemistry, physics, engineering or mathematics. Clinical Neuroscience, Neuropsychiatry and Mental Health branch – Degree in Medicine.
Language: English
Accreditation: 240 ECTS
Fee:

Ordinary students: 2750€/yr (full time) or 2.062,5€/yr (partial time); International students: 7500 €/yr (full time) or 5625 €/yr (partial time); International students (CPLP): 3750 €/yr (full time) or 2812,5 €/yr (partial time)


Positions 2017/18: 14

Tuition & financial support
Program financed by Norte 2020. Expenses related to Advanced Courses, Lab Rotations, and thesis preparation are partially covered by the Program.

Application deadline
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Starting date
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Schedule
Daytime. After work hours in the commom curricular units branch.


Contact us

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