Research Areas Overview
To learn more about our research areas of focus and their associated faculty and labs, click an area below:
- Circadian Rhythms and Sleep Research
Investigators study circadian rhythm and the functions of sleep with the aim of advancing sleep medicine.
- Cognitive Neurology and Alzheimer's Disease
From basic science to clinical trials and social and behavioral investigations, our work addresses neurological diseases that affect cognition and behavior.
- Developmental and Regenerative Neurobiology
Investigators seek to understand the mechanisms that regulate the development of the nervous system in order to develop approaches to regenerate or repair the damaged adult nervous system.
- Epilepsy and Neurophysiology
Research focuses on interventions to improve outcomes and quality of life for individuals with seizures.
- Movement Disorders
The diverse array of our studies related to complex movement disorders span from basic science to patient outcomes.
- Neurocritical Care
Investigators are working to understand neurocritical care disorders to improve outcomes for neurocritically ill patients.
This work examines new agents and therapeutics to advance the understanding and treatment of inflammatory diseases.
- Neuroinfectious Disease
Our neuroinfectious disease research ranges in focus from the clinical to the molecular.
- Neuromuscular Medicine
Investigators are translating basic science research into new and more effective clinical trials and interventions.