Le parcours NICC vise à former des étudiants en Neurosciences, en leur donnant une socle commun et des compétences orientées dans les champs des Neurosciences Intégrative et Cognitives. L’ensemble traite à la fois des aspects fondamentaux et de leurs implications biomédicales. Il s’ouvre largement sur les problématiques de Santé, mais également sur des questions de modélisation et de robotique. Une interface avec les sciences humaines dans le champ des sciences cognitives est développée.
The NICC track aims to train students in Neuroscience, providing them with a common base and skills oriented in the fields of Integrative and Cognitive Neuroscience. The course deals with both fundamental aspects and their biomedical implications. It is largely open to health problems, but also to questions of modelling and robotics. An interface with the humanities in the field of cognitive sciences is developed.
The training opens up to the humanities and the social sciences.
The training opens up executive jobs in research and development in fundamental and finalized fields.
- Researcher, lecturer, research assistant
- Project manager
- Psychomotricity education
- Clinical research assistant
The training intervenes as a complement to training for:
- Medical doctor
- Clinical psychologist
- Fundamental knowledge of the functioning of the nervous system, and its involvement in the internal functioning of the organism and its interactions with the environment.
- Familiarization with the main methods of investigation of the nervous system.
- Internships in research laboratories in the fields of Neuroscience.
- SCIENCES, Marseille St-Charles
LEARNING AND RESEARCH
The Master of Neuroscience constitutes a unique training offer, open to the different fields of Brain Sciences, and has a secondary attachment in the AMU Health sector. All AMU neuroscience laboratories can be used as internship sites.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TO BE ACQUIRED
To contribute to the development of innovative projects relating to the functioning of large neural networks, the various structures of the central nervous system and their communications, by articulating fundamental and methodological knowledge acquired in Neuroscience.
INTERNSHIPS AND SUPERVISED PROJECTS
Two research internships are provided, a 4-week internship in M1 and a 5-month internship in M2. These are research internships in the fields of neuroscience, which can take place in public laboratories (University, CNRS, INSERM) or private laboratories (industries or start-up).
SPECIFIC TEACHING CONDITIONS
The Master of Neuroscience is part of NeuroSchool and thus has been able to implement various innovative projects:
- Mobility scholarships abroad (2-6 months)
- Animal experimentation certificate
- Project-based learning, involving the 9 Neuroscience Institutes in Marseille
LEARNING COURSES LIST
FURHER INFORMATIONInformation non disponible
Applications are made through the E-candidate platform. The applications are assessed by the Master's management team.
SCHOOL REGISTRATIONTypical courses can be access by
- Initial Formation
- Continious formation