The Centre for Neurotechnology has been instrumental in developing student training in Neurotechnology at Imperial. Find out about our student programmes below.
Student training in Neurotechnology
The Department of Bioengineering offers a one-year stand-alone MRes programme in Neurotechnology. The programme, which was originally developed from the training provided in first year of the CDT programme, prepares students for a research career in neurotechnology and gives them the knowledge and the skills to make their mark in this exciting field.
EPSRC CDT in Neurotechnology for Life & Health
Between 2014 and 2023, the Centre hosted the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Neurotechnology for Life and Health (the CDT). The CDT offered a unique Masters + PhD programme, training multidisciplinary researchers at the interface of neuroscience and engineering to address the challenge of brain-related illnesses. Although the CDT no longer admits students, the first year MRes training element of the programme is still offered as the one-year MRes in Neurotechnology.