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Neuroscience

Research in this theme addresses the entire spectrum of neuroscience – from basic through translational to clinical research. Basic research encompasses areas including molecular and genetic studies of neurotransmitter receptors, intracellular signalling pathways, ion channels and transporters, and synaptic transmission and the development of neural tissues. Clinical research aims to tackle some of the most pressing neurological diseases, such as dementia and neurodegeneration, mental health and multiple sclerosis.

These activities are coordinated through UCL Neuroscience, which was established in January 2008 as a cross-cutting research theme. With more than 450 Principal Investigators, including 26 Fellows of the Royal Society and 60 Fellows of the Academy of Medical Sciences, the neuroscience research community at UCL is one of the largest and most productive in the world. UCL Neuroscience works in partnership with the UCL Partners Academic Health Science Centre and the UCLH Biomedical Research Centre, both of which have neuroscience as a major programme.

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