The ICN PhD Program is a training track offered to PhD students of Aix-Marseille University (AMU) Health and Life Science Doctoral School. Therefore, to register, one first needs to be enrolled as a PhD student in a neuroscience laboratory affiliated to AMU. Please note that this requires a scholarship for at least 3 years (self-funding is not allowed). Several funding options are listed here. Then, once registered for PhD studies at AMU Doctoral School, a neuroscience PhD student can register to the ICN PhD Program using the following form.
Why join our program?
The Health and Life Science Doctoral School already offers several disciplinary and transversal trainings such as professional workshops and its annual symposium. As a PhD students, you must validate at least 100 hours of training over the course of your PhD.
If you decide to join our Neuroscience PhD Program, you’ll have access to additional trainings. You’ll need to attend a certain number of them in order to validate the ICN PhD Program. Not only will these trainings be included in your 100 hours, but you will also benefit from the unique courses of the Neuroscience PhD Program (basic and specialized courses, monthly tutored seminars, PhD Days, clinical trainings…), as well as scientific and social events.