Ph.D. Plan 1:
A research program designed for those who obtained an M.Sc. degree with research experience (publication) in the field of neuroscience. No coursework is required, only dissertation.
Ph.D. Plan 2.1:
A program designed for those who obtained an M.Sc. degree in Neuroscience. Students are expected to undertake at least 12 credits of coursework, consisting of 8 credits for Required Course and 4 credits for Elective Course, and a research thesis for 36 credits.
Ph.D. Plan 2.2:
A program designed for those who obtained a B.Sc. Degree. The course requirements are 24 credits of coursework and a 48-credit of research thesis.
The M.Sc. curriculum consists of one-year coursework and one-year research project. The course requirements are 24-credit coursework including seminars and a 12-credit research thesis.
For more details regarding the Ph.D. Program in Neuroscience, please email to the Program Director: Associate Professor Nuanchan Chutabhakdikul, Ph.D. (Email: email@example.com)
For more details regarding the Master Program in Neuroscience, please email to the Program Director: Assistant Professor Sujira Mukda, Ph.D. (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
M.Sc. & PH.D. Neuroscience International Program
- MBNS 600 Neurobiology
- MBNS 603 Neuropsychopharmacology
- MBNS 604 Research Methodology and Techniques in Neuroscience
- MBNS 605 Neurochemistry
- MBNS 608 Laboratory Rotation Training in Neuroscience
- MBNS 650 Developmental Neuroscience
- MBNS 691 Seminars in Neuroscience
- MBNS 695 Seminars in Current Research Neuroscience
- SCID 500 Cell & Molecular Biology
- MBNS 753 Clinical Neuroscience
- MBNS 755 Advanced Neuroscience
- MBNS 790 Doctoral Seminars in Neuroscience
- MBNS 794 Doctoral Seminars in Integrated Neuroscience
- MBNS 606 Current Topics in Neuroscience
- MBNS 651 Neuroendocrinology
- MBNS 655 Pathogenesis of Neurological Diseases
- MBNS 658 Animal Experimentation in Neuroscience
- MBNS 659 Microtechniques in Neuroscience Research
- MBNS 751 Research Methods in Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
- MBNS 752 Research Methods in Cognitive Neuroscience
- MBNS 754 Selected Topics in Contemporary Neuroscience
- MBNS 756 Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience
- MBNS 757 Drug Development for Neurolgical Diseases
- MBNS 698 Thesis
- MBNS 699 Dissertation
- MBNS 799 Dissertation
- MBNS 898 Dissertation
Assoc. Prof. Nuanchan Chutabhakdikul, Ph.D.
Assoc. Prof.Vorasith Siripornpanich, M.D., Ph.D.
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Asst. Prof.Sujira Mukda, Ph.D
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Holders of a science degree in biology, biochemistry, chemistry, genetics, agricultural sciences, medical sciences, medical technology, veterinary sciences, dentistry, and other related fields, who wish to attend the program full-time as a regular student, are welcome to submit an application to the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University.
Please visit the following sites for further information:
- Entry requirements for Ph.D. Neuroscience
- Entry requirements Master Program in Neuroscience
- Application and Selection Timeline
- Online Admission System, Application & Selection Process (Local students)
- Online Admission System, Application & Selection Process (International students)
- Online Active Recruitment & Selection Process (International students)
Mahidol Apprenticeship Program (MAP)
Professionals who wish to take part in our graduate programs (MAP-C) or courses (MAP-EX) without formal registration or full-time attendance are welcome to apply to the Mahidol Apprenticeship Program (MAP), overseen by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
To learn more about MAP, please visit the following sites: