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This high-calibre multidisciplinary program is devoted entirely to neuroscience research. It provides an opportunity to contribute to advances in knowledge of the anatomical and functional structure of the brain, the molecular basis of neural communication, and the understanding and treatment of neurological and psychiatric illnesses.

Admission Requirements

Applicants must have a master’s degree in neurobiology, neurosciences, or an equivalent degree.

French proficiency

Students must have a good understanding of French. 

English proficiency

It requires students to achieve a specific level of English proficiency during their studies, including a good understanding of written English.  

Research Areas

  • Physiopathology of degenerative neurological diseases
  • Drug abuse
  • Mood disorders
  • Neurobiology of stress, anxiety, and pain
  • Electrophysiology of vigilance states
  • The brain and the immune system
  • Neurophysics and neurophotonics

For more information on the program: (in French only)


Refer to the section « Champs d’expertise de recherche des professeurs » in the official program description for more information on faculty members’ fields of research in neurosciences. (In French only)

A number of professors have an interest in supervising students under the agreement between UL and the CSC. Their areas of expertise and contact information are provided below.