Cognitive Neuroscience and Neurotechnology
The human brain is one of the most complex objects in the universe. Scientists, doctors, and great artists tried to unravel the most mysterious human organ, to know the functioning of the brain and its connection with the psyche. Currently, neuroscience is developing more and more intensively, assimilating the latest developments from various fields of scientific knowledge: genetics, mathematics, bioengineering, psychology, etc. However, there is still quite a lot of unknown in this field of science that attracts the brightest minds of our age.
Who is the program for?
For undergraduate (3-4 year), master and Ph.D. students whose field of research interests in cognitive neuroscience and neurotechnology.
What does the program involve?
What does the program supply with?
Module 1: The basic part. Contains lectures given by the world-known scientists about recent research in the field of neuropsychology, neuromedicine, and neuroscience.
Form of study: on-campus form or online.
Module 2: The Project. Implementation of a research project on the most relevant areas in neurotechnology:
The location for project implementation is the neurotechnologies laboratories and laboratories of a brain and neurocognitive development of the Ural Federal University. Presentation of the results to the commission (project presentation).
Form of study: on-campus.
3. Expertise. Post-project support. The opportunity to receive advice from leading researchers and teachers in the period of subsequent work on the project.
Form of study: off-campus.
Prof. Janna M. Glozman
Leading researcher of the Laboratory of Neuropsychology at Lomonosov Moscow State University and the Scientific Director of the Research Center of Developmental Neuropsychology named after A.R. Luria, Psy.D.
Michael A. Lebedev
Scientific Director of the Center for Bioelectric Interfaces, High School of Economics, Ph.D.
Prof. Jordi Peña-Casanova
Professor of the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Director of the Master's Degree in Neuropsychology and Neurology of Behavior at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Director of the Department of Behavior and Dementia in the Neurology Service of Hospital del Mar. Barcelona.
Prof. Joaquim Quintino-Aires
President of Vygotsky Institute in Lisboa, Professor at Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal), Ph.D.
Bonus features for students:
With the support of the Ural NeuroNet Center
*(Fee includes trainings and lectures, accommodation, lunches (according to the meal-plan), Summer University souvenirs and certificate, transfer to and from Airport. Please pay attention,that it does not include Insurance,Visa and Consular fee,Travelling expenses to and from Ekaterinburg, Other student`s expenses)
Head of the Program
Svetlana V. Pavlova
researcher at the Laboratory of Neurotechnology, Leading Engineer at the Laboratory of Neurotechnology, specialist in Project Activities at the Department of Psychology. The manager of Ural NeuroNet Centre (UrFU).
Scientific Head of the Program
professor, leading researcher of the Laboratory of Neuropsychology at Lomonosov Moscow State University and the Scientific Director of the Research Center of Developmental Neuropsychology named after A.R. Luria.
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Created / Updated: 12 November 2018 / 24 May 2019
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