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Our goal is to nurture and promote the careers of the next generation of neuroimaging researchers and clinicians, providing them with interdisciplinary skills in a culture of responsible, open and inclusive science.

Our trainees range from students (PhD and MSc) to professors and clinicians.

Student training

It is essential that the next-generation of researchers are methodological neuroscientists, highly skilled in technical development and neuroscientific methods, and confident in conducting collaborative, cross-disciplinary projects. To support this, we provide:

  • Leadership and learning opportunities
  • Weekly group and one-to-one meetings
  • Methods for dummies courses
  • Mentoring from early career researchers
  • Public engagement and entrepreneurship opportunities
  • Regular progress assessments
  • Career advice
  • Welfare support

Wider training

To support our in-house staff and widespread collaborators, we provide:

  • Continual professional development for all staff
  • Attendance support at conferences
  • Research and organisation training for intermediate PIs
  • Neuroimaging lectures and courses for local, national and international researchers
  • Engaging and interactive experiences for under-represented groups
  • Weekly methods and neuroscience seminars
  • Problem-solving methods clinics

If you are interested in finding out more about training/educational opportunities, explore the links to UCL Neuroscience and UCL Institute of Neurology Education Unit or contact a Centre Principal Investigator directly.


For A-Level Students looking for Prof. Eleanor Maguire’s resources click here.