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BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) Studentships

 BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) Studentships. The University of Manchester is one of the largest and most successful centres for biological and biotechnological focused research and training in Europe. Read more

The Nottingham BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership AMPlify Programme

The AMPlify programme is an applicant mentoring programme to offer applicants who meet the required criteria the opportunity to receive mentoring support during their application for the Nottingham BBSRC DTP, a fully-funded PhD programme in the biological sciences. Read more

The Nottingham BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership AMPlify Programme

The AMPlify programme is an applicant mentoring programme to offer applicants who meet the required criteria the opportunity to receive mentoring support during their application for the Nottingham BBSRC DTP, a fully-funded PhD programme in the biological sciences. Read more

Behavioural & biological analysis of dissociable aspects of reward processing

  Research Group: Behavioural Neuroscience
It is essential for a healthy organism to respond appropriately to rewarding events (e.g. foods). Thus investigating the biological substrates of reward processing offers key insights into both normal behaviour and the deficits seen in psychiatric disorders. Read more

The origins of individual differences in learning and behaviour: Computational models and in vivo experimentation

  Research Group: Behavioural Neuroscience
Learning can be separated into two components. The knowledge that has been laid down in the brain as a result of experience, and the translation of that knowledge into observable behaviour. Read more

Visual-spatial processing within the retrosplenial cortex

  Research Group: Behavioural Neuroscience
Learning about our spatial environments and how to navigate within these environments is critical for all species. It is a long-standing goal of neuroscience to understand how our brains support these processes. Read more

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