School of Medicine
Conducting basic, translational and clinical research in neuroscientific foundations of pain, sleep, itch, inflammation, general anesthesia and clinical outcomes
Studying organogenesis, encompassing the earliest developmental processes in the embryo, organism and cellular physiology, as well as tissue homeostasis and repair.
Studying how genes contribute to health and disease, with traditional strengths in computational biology, genome science, model organisms, and evolutionary and human genetics
Conducting basic and translational and clinical studies to understand, treat and prevent neurological disease
Undertaking fundamental research to understand the mechanisms that govern brain function.
Translating fundamental discoveries of the roots of neurological disease into clinical solutions, with a rare focus on technology and innovation.
Gaining insight into psychiatric disorders and developing new methods of evaluation and treatment.
Leading the advancement of imaging technology and methods of radiological image interpretation.