Study Neuroimaging at Manchester

For those interested in studying neuroimaging, there are a number of undergraduate and postgraduate opportunities available at the University.

These courses are a designed to enhance multidisciplinary skills through a variety of teaching and learning methods, research projects and work placement opportunities. Graduating students will be well-equipped to make major contributions in positions within academia, industry, technological development and consultancy within the field of brain imaging.

Students will benefit from research-dedicated imaging facilities staffed by experts in imaging and analysis methods, such as Electroencephalography (EEG), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Positron Emission Tomography (PET). Links with the Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust also provide opportunities to work with clinicians applying neuroimaging methods in clinical practice and conduct research projects embedded in clinical environments.

See below for more information about undergraduate and postgraduate courses Manchester with neuroimaging components.

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