Undergraduate Training opportunities
Every year a number of IMB funded final year in vivo projects are offered to final year students on Anatomy, Pharmacology, Physiolgy or Neuroscience degree courses. These projects offer a unique opportunity for students to experience in vivo techniques as part of their degree training, a chance that less than 5% of UK undergraduates have access to.
Each project involves 2 days per week from September to March. Since the IMB Capacity-building Initiative started, 35 students undertaking degree courses at either Glasgow or Strathclyde Universities have completed in vivo projects with some of the following feedback,
The opportunity to select an in vivo project during the final year is restricted to students with an anticipated final degree of 2.1 or above, and will require all successful applicants to attend Personal Licence training prior to the start of your final year.
If you wish to be considered for one of the available final year in vivo projects in SIBS, please contact Professor Roger M Wadsworth, SIPBS, email: firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance. If you wish to be considered for one of the available final year in vivo projects in College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences, please contact Professor Mandy M MacLean, CMVLS, Graduate School, email: Mandy.MacLean@glasgow.ac.uk in the first instance.