Overview Neuroscience is concerned with investigations of the central and peripheral nervous system. This specialist degree prepares you for a rewarding research career in human neurosciences, investigating pathological conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy. Why study BSc Medical Physiology (Neuroscience) at Middlesex University? The research conducted by medical physiologists informs healthcare scientists in the diagnosis and treatment of the full spectrum of neurological conditions. You will graduate from our degree armed with expert knowledge of normal and abnormal physiology and the skills to carry out a range of investigative techniques in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of human disease. Please note: this programme will not lead to a qualification as a Healthcare Scientist (Cardiac Physiologist/Neuro Physiologist). For further information please follow the links below: NHS Careers National School for Healthcare Science Course Highlights You will work with ECG machines, EMG (nerve and muscle testing), EEG, audiology (brain-stem potentials), stress and fitness testing in our bespoke science centre We are at the cutting-edge of research findings that impact on how disease is diagnosed and we encourage our students to enhance their reports with new research We provide excellence in teaching, ensuring you receive a first-class learning experience, with high levels of tutor support, including lab help by specialist technicians Our supportive tutors will help to guide you towards research tailored to your interests and you can tailor your learning towards your career aspirations through our unique independent learning module in the final year Our specialist skills lab for multi-disciplinary clinical physiology is run by professional practitioners and is available for both taught lectures and independent research As a student of this course you'll receive a free electronic textbook for every module.