If you would like to apply for a fellowship at the Institute of Neurosciences, please, get in contact with any of our researchers and ask them if they are willing to give you support. Below we list researchers in relation to the fellowship you would like to ask for.
Once the mentor agrees to help you, you just have to send him/her a confidential agreement signed by you and your supervisor (cc: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Only one mentor is allowed for each proposal.
All mentors have previously signed a Confidential Agreement. They all agree:
In general, mentors will be able to provide you support if you send them the “proposal” two weeks in advance.
However, we recommend you to contact your mentor to arrange process details.
If you have any doubt about the mentoring process please contact email@example.com
Structural and functional brain patterns associated with different cognitive phenotypes in REM behavior disorder.
Neural correlates of social reward in Borderline Personality Disorder at Learning from Reward
Study of molecular alterations in schizophrenia using translational models at Hippocampal function in health and disease
Monitoring and modulation of brain circuits in neurodegenerative disorders
Movement sonification and multisensory integration
Neuropsychology of neurodevelopmental disorders
Brain correlates of socially interactive second language learning
Neural stem cells and brain damage
Perception, attention and prediction in audition
Modulation of neuronal circuitry in brain disorders
Citizenship, identity and mental health
Eye movements, sensori-motor decision-making, Perception and action
In vivo reprogramming during cortex development
Brain dynamics of higher pleasures
Language learning/teaching strategies
Multimodal imaging in parkinsonisms: presynaptic density by means of PET imaging and whole-brain structural and functional connectomics
Integrative Platforms for Axon Guidance.
Prediction and multisensory processes