The Master in Neurosciences aims to provide students with scientific skills to study the Nervous System, respecting a comprehensive perspective, from molecules to cognition, from normal to pathological. Its Faculty includes a large number of professors and researchers who cover a wide range of scientific expertise. The 1st year is intended to qualify student with knowledge allowing to understand the literature and scientific research methodology, both basic and clinical dimensions. This will permit the students to propose a research project in interaction with a supervisor, to be developed during the 2nd year.
3 reasons to choose this program
It allows contact with a large number of professors and researchers who cover a wide range of scientific competencies
It is based on a multidisciplinary approach to the knowledge of the Nervous System
To understand the Nervous System, both in its normal functioning and in disease situations
- Promotion of neurosciences knowledge, following a multidisciplinary and complementary approach, through the application of rigorous scientific methodology, with the contribution of clinical and laboratory research.
- Study of the nervous system as a whole, taking into account its relationships with the internal and external environment, involving perception, action, behaviour, and homeostasis
- Understanding of the nervous system, normal functioning and in disease, as well as the main methods applied for its knowledge and investigation.
- Training in the scientific research process in subjects related to neuroscience, regarding laboratory, clinical, neurophysiological and computational methods.
- Fundamentals of scientific methodology
- Knowledge in Neurosciences from a perspective of dynamic integration between disciplines
- Critical analysis of the literature
- Formulation of scientific hypotheses and understanding of the procedures necessary to test them
- Identification of different methodologies used for different areas of research in neurosciences
- Development of a scientific project including objectives, methodology and research tasks, should be completed in 1 year (2nd year of the Master's).
- Research career in the field of Experimental Neurosciences or Clinical Neurosciences
- Academic career
- Entrepreneurial Career comprehensive knowledge on Neurosciences research is an added value
- Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology
- Autonomic Function
- Neuropathology and Clinical Neurophysiology
- Cognitive Functions, Aging and Dementia
- Computational Neuroscience and its relationship with the study of brain functional disorders
Graduates or having equivalent degree in the scientific area(s) of this study cycle, in particular Medicine, Biochemistry, Pharmacy, Dental Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Biophysics, Biology, Psychology, Physics, Biomedical Engineering, Biological Engineering, Mathematics, and other neurosciences related areas.
To apply please visit: https://fenix.medicina.ulisboa.pt
Candidates who already have a CAMPUS account (who are attending or have attended a course at the Faculdade de Medicina), must start the application at https://fenix.medicina.ulisboa.pt
To access must log in with the Campus account and then access the Candidate menu (at the top of the page) to start the application.
If you don’t remember the username or password of the account click HERE and follow the instructions for the recovery of the username or password. If you cannot retrieve your username or password trough the recovery mechanism, you should send an email to the address firstname.lastname@example.org with the following data: full name; student number; course number identification; ID number (BI/CC); External email.
Applicants who do not have access to the Campus account (Fenix) should register HERE.
After creating your account you will receive in your email the username after which can start the formalization of the application in https://fenix.medicina.ulisboa.pt