Students & Alumnni

Brede

Orientation Week 2014, Citadelle de Blaye

Brede

Orientation Week 2012, Castle of La Brede

Dune du Pyla

Orientation Week 2011, Dune du Pyla

You will also here useful information to connect with current students and alumni of the Neurasmus and other Erasmus Mundus Programmes.

Neurasmus Student Board

The Student Board mission is to advise the Board of Education with regard to the interests of the enrolled students (Master program assessment, student and alumni activities, etc.).

Connect with Neurasmus on Facebook

A private Neurasmus Student Group is available on Facebook, a place for fun, daily chatting, pictures and experience sharing. Every new student will be invited to join by the Neurasmus Office.

Do not hesitate to create a Facebook Account if you don't have one yet.

Neurasa Association

The Neurasmus Students and Alumni Association (NEURASA) is an international professional and personal network for Neuroscience students and graduates of the Erasmus Mundus Master Course Neurasmus. Please check Neurasa website at https://neurasa.wordpress.com/

EMA Association

The Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association (EMA) is a network for students and alumni of all Erasmus Mundus Joint Programs.

Since its establishment through an initiative of the European Commission in June 2006, EMA has been working constantly to advance the Erasmus Mundus programme, and to offer a platform where students and alumni can exchange information and experiences. Register now athttp://www.em-a.eu/

Testimonials

"After studying medicine and working briefly as a junior doctor, I joined Neurasmus in 2012 and spent my first year at the Charité in Berlin studying the link between neurobiology and disease. I then moved to Bordeaux, where I took advanced courses on addiction & psychopharmacology..."

Ahmed Khalil

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""My experience as a Neurasmus student started in the summer of 2014. I chose track 1 because of its focus on neurogenomics, which would give me the opportunity to continue focusing on the background and working experience I had at that time. Before starting the master, I was working in Mexico as a research assistant in a center for research and development of health sciences, principally in genetic variants identification of diverse diseases, thus why I chose Amsterdam for my first year and then Berlin to continue with a specialization in clinical neuroscience..."

Allyson Treviño

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"I am Vernon Garcia Rivas, originally from El Salvador. I completed my Bachelor studies in Pharmacology in 2010, and just before joining Neurasmus I was working for the Ministry of Health in El Salvador, involved in drug regulatory affairs and pharmacovigilance. However, I felt the need to return to more 'hands-on' science, and thus decided to continue my studies through the Neurasmus program, with the view in mind to build a career in neuropharmacology..."

Vernon Garcia Rivas

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