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Welcome to Edinburgh Neuroscience

The mission of Edinburgh Neuroscience is to integrate basic and clinical research in order to drive the fundamental genetic, cellular, organ, systems and computational neuroscience underpinning pathogenesis into mechanistic understanding, future diagnostics and therapeutics of important diseases of the nervous system. Edinburgh Neuroscience is hosted by the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine and currently consists of over 500 staff working in approximately 170 research laboratories.
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In the REF2014 Edinburgh Neuroscience was rated 3rd in the UK for Overall Research Power (THE, Dec15), which takes account of the breadth and quality of our research, it's societal impact and the quality of our research environment. We work hard to provide a dynamic, supportive and creative environment for our researchers and this is reflected in a maximum 100% 4* (world-leading) score for our research environment.

Simone Meddle promoted to Professor of Behavioural Neuroendocrinology
September 2016
Long lasting memory boosted by new experiences
September 2016
Alzheimer's Research UK Funding for Edinburgh Researchers
September 2016
The future of investigator-led clinical trials
September 2016


College of Medicine & Vetinary Medicine Inaugural Lecture
A to Z of Microcephaly: linking genome instability to innate immunity
Prof Andrew Jackson, MRC Human Genetics Unit
Monday 26th September 2016
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Edinburgh Neuroscience
Neuroresearchers Fund celebration afternoon
Thursday 29th September 2016
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BSc (Honours) Neuroscience course
MSc Neuroscience programmes
Distance learning MSc's
PhD opportunities
Jobs/Academic positions

Neuroresearchers Fund (University of Edinburgh only)
Henderson Scholarships for Summer work

click here for more information on all neuroscience-related opportunities at Edinburgh

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to Research
We have many large neuroscience disease-related projects currently undertaking cutting edge research at The University of Edinburgh. You can now make donations direct to some of these research projects should you wish:
  • Autism, Fragile X Syndrome and Intellectual Disabilities
  • Depression and Resilience
  • Epilepsy
  • Healthy Ageing, Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia
  • Motor Neurone Disease
  • Stroke
click here for more information about these projects and how to donate directly

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