PhD Positions in Functional Neuroimaging, France

Highly passionate students have a great way to manage their finances by applying for doctoral positions in Functional Neuroimaging offered by the University of Tours and INRA. The scholarship is open for the 2021-2022 academic session.

The educational program encourages highly motivated French students who wish to take a doctoral course at the University of Tours and Inra.

Brief description

University or Organization: University of Tours and INRA
Department: NA
Course level: PhD
Prize: 1400 euros
Number of prizes: NA
How to log in: Online
Nationality: National
The prize can be awarded in France


  • Eligible countries: Applications are accepted by France.
  • Course or eligible subjects: Doctoral course in functional neuroimaging of the mechanisms of perception of the vocalization of the brain of sheep.
  • Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, applicants must meet all of the following criteria/given:
  • You must have a master’s degree (or equivalent) in neuroscience, ethology, or another highly relevant field.
  • You must have a good interest in the proposed topic
  • You should have an interest in experimenting with animals
  • It must be organized, aggravated and self-determination
  • Must comply with health and safety regulations
  • You must have the ability to work as a team (courtesy, respect, etc.)

How to apply

  • How to apply: To be enrolled in the course of study, students are required to take admission to the doctoral course at the university. Students will also have to submit a formal application to the doctoral school of the Val de Loire Centre.
  • Supporting documents: Candidates must submit the following documents:
  • Cover letter: Including a statement explaining your motivation to apply for this internship, your goals, as well as completing a PhD, because you think your skills and experiences will make you fit for the role. This should not have more than two pages.
  • References: Two academic references. . Candidates should approach the arbitrators themselves and include references with their candidacy.
  • Curriculum Vitae: Must not exceed 2 pages.
  • Any other supporting information that I think is important.
  • Send the complete application to love@inrae.frand
  • Informal requests for more information or guidance on preparing a complete application should be directed to Scott LOVE (in English or French;
  • Admission Requirements: Students are required to submit diplomas or certificates from the previous year with a good academic achievement from a recognized university.
  • Language requirement: Students must be proficient in the written language and speak in English.


The University of Tours and INRA will award an award of 1,400 euros to the excellent students who want to participate in this program.