Master's Degree in Neuroscience

Academic year 2021-22

See the pre-registration, admission and registration deadlines for the 2021-22 academic year for this master's programme.
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In the last 30 years Nervous System sciences have had a rapid advance. The key of this progress has been the multidisciplinary approach in its research, leading to knowledge that goes beyond classical scientific fields and today it is known as Neuroscience. Neuroscience programs play a key role in the field of health. A better understanding of the brain makes easier the progress in the treatment of diseases with higher socialeconomic impact, neurodegenerative diseases, closely linked to elderly and processes such as cognition, memory, emotions,..., and every time more common: depression, dementia , schizophrenia, Parkinson’s disease or cerebrovascular disease. Addressing these diseases from the different branches of neuroscience will allow to find out new ways of more effective treatments, with ever more effective therapeutic strategies.

The Master in Neuroscience presented here offers a multidisciplinary vision of knowledge in neuroscience, supported by the origin of different areas of knowledge of teachers responsible for teaching, from cellular and molecular biology , pharmacology , physiology, psychobiology and basic psychology, is what makes it unique among other masters implemented in other European universities.

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