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Neuroscience

The University of Victoria's interdisciplinary graduate program in neuroscience is based in the Division of Medical Sciences.

Transforming Scholarly Communication at UVic

Author's Rights:  a video from SPARC. This brief video, produced by the Institute on Scholarly Communication in association with SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition), explains how researchers can maximize exposure and dissemination for their peer-reviewed article manuscripts.

UVic Theses

1. Use the Catalogue to find UVic theses. 

Choose "Title begins with" if you know the title of the thesis. 

Choose Keyword anywhere to find theses on a topic or from a particular department. 

Eg. thesis victoria biochemistry

2. Recently published theses (2006 - ) are available electronically in UVic's institutional repository , UVicSpace. See the list of UVic Biochemistry and Microbiology theses available in UVicSpace.

3. To search for theses and dissertations written at the University of Victoria until 2014 connect to Dissertations and Theses@ UVic. Authorized UVic users are able to download the full text of dissertations and theses published after 1996 .

Find Theses from other institutions

For theses and dissertations from elsewhere, select Dissertations and Theses and search other databases.

You can request thesis from other institutions, by completing an interlibrary loan request form.

For more information about theses, go to the Thesis Help page.

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