Most research activities will either occur in academic departments or in research institutes (which may either be in universities or external). Both of these are included in this category.
Non-profit institute studying human memory and memory disorders and promoting the translation of resulting discoveries to practical medical applications.
Studies brain disorders including ADHD, post-traumatic stress disorder, social phobia, schizophrenia, borderline personality disorder, Parkinson's disease and traumatic brain injury.
University initiative to raise the profile of neuroscience at Cambridge by enhancing multi-disciplinary research and teaching across the University and affiliated Institutes.
The central aim of the CMPB is the detailed analysis of defined molecular processes and interactions in nerve cell in order to develop and improve therapies for psychiatric, neurological and neurodegenerative disorders
CNS, in association with the Brain Research and Information Network (BRAIN), is dedicated to conducting research on brain health from the perspective of contemporary neurobiology.
Working on developing therapies for Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, Huntington's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and related disorders.
A multidisciplinary research coalition at the University of Mississippi Medical Center including Cellular Neuroimaging, Behavioral Studies, Human Brain Collection, and Molecular Biology themes
Research at the Center covers all aspects of vision science and aims to foster collaborative interactions between clinical and basic scientists within the fields of ophthalmology and neuroscience.
Research center for cognitive neuroscience, sensory systems, autonomic nervous system, addiction, circadian rhythms, epilepsy
Located in the Research Institute of the Montreal General Hospital, a teaching hospital with the McGill University Health Centre. The CRN offers a program designed to train pre-doctoral students for an M.Sc. or Ph.D. in Neuroscience, as well as M.D.'s for careers as physician-scientists.
Provides details of the faculty, departments, institutes and facilities at the Columbia University Medical Center.
CNIC researchers study the relationships between neural function and structure at levels ranging from the molecular and cellular, through network organization of the brain.
Offering highly specialized information on Neurocomputing and simulators; part of the site requires membership
Research group focusing on single neuron and network modeling, visual pathway, rate models and local field potential.
Research at the University of Maryland in Baltimore includes the senses, neural networks, electrophysiology, development, neuroendocrinology and advanced imaging techniques.
Located at the institute for physiology at Ruhr-University Bochum. Areas of research include signal transmission, visual cortex, and computational neuroscience.
Treatment and research of the most complex neurological disorders, including neuropathy, epilepsy, sleep, myasthenia gravis, and neurodegenerative disease.
A research institute for neuroscience in Goettingen, Germany. Part of a European research network. The associated graduate school has programs in fundamental neuroscience.
Research at this neurogenetics laboratory at the University of Illinois at Chicago is focused on understanding how the brain forms functional connections and processes information.
Interdisciplinary research teams at the Institute bring together the study of wet-lab biomaterials, neurobiology, electronics, neuroimaging, modeling and multi-dimensional data analysis.
Dr. Markus Kuehn at the University of Iowa is leading research into determining the cellular events that lead to retinal neurodegeneration during glaucoma, retinal ischemia and optic neuropathies.
Research programs and members of the laboratory of Prof. Mike Gutnick and Dr. Ilya Fleidervish in the Koret School of Veterinary Medicine, The Hebrew University, Rehovot, Israel
Based in the UK, studying the state of the human brain approaching death. This includes near-death experiences, palliative care and cardiac arrest. Lists conferences and symposia and offers PDF files of peer-reviewed papers including Dr. Parnia’s AWARE findings on resuscitation. Also has articles in sections for the media, public, professionals and care-givers as well as a section on near-death experiences.
The University of Minnesota lab's research is concerned with the neural control of human movement during development and in neurological disease.
Research at INCI aims to understand the development and function of the nervous and neuroendocrine systems. University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France.
The ICN is an interdisciplinary research institute at University College, London. It studies how mental processes relate to the human brain, in health and disease, for adults and children.
Information about the Institute and its neuropharmacological research, including psychotropic drugs.
The ICNC at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem where faculty and students are involved in creating new approaches to solving the mysteries of the brain.
Interdisciplinary neurobiological research based on intracranial EEG and functional brain imaging at the University of Freiburg, Germany.
Multi-disciplinary research centre at Bristol University with interests from the most basic molecular biology to clinical endocrinology.
The Laboratory for Advanced Brain Signal Processing investigates and develops tools and software for analysis, extraction, enhancement, de-noising detection, localization, recognition and classification of brain signals and patterns.
Research into the neurobiology of speech production and speech disorders (in particular stuttering), at the University of Wahington.
This lab at USC does research into the relationship between brain structure and function using image data.
A consortium between the Medical Research Council and the University of Bristol, performing research into mechanisms by which neurons alter their synaptic strength and their relation to learning and memory.
The Dafny/Swann lab works on the neuronal mechanisms and pathways involved with drug addiction, with a focus on rodent models.
The Website of the Neuroscience Program at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD.
Dr. Mark Yerby undertakes clinical and epidemiological research in epilepsy, particularly the study of antiepileptic drugs, epilepsy and pregnancy. Portland, Oregon.
Aims to foster collaboration among the neuroscience-related departments and divisions within both the Medical Center and Penn State College of Medicine.
RNI is a nonprofit scientific research organization studying and promoting biologically accurate mathematical models of memory and cognition.
Herrmann lab at the Max-Planck-Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization, Germany. Research includes self-organized criticality in behavioral control and in the activity dynamics of neural networks, and computational modeling in cognitive psychology.
Dr. Keith Sharkey and his colleagues are studying the nervous system of the gastrointestinal tract in health and disease, especially the role of nerves in intestinal inflammation.
Listing of researchers and outlines of research interests, aspects of current research projects, 3-D structures of neurons and software.
This lab, in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology, does research on synaptic transmission, signal transduction and pathophysiology of calcium channels.
Applying advanced computational approaches to the study of human cognitive neuroscience data, including EEG, fMRI and concurrent EEG/fMRI.
An interdisciplinary research center devoted to the study of the neural mechanisms of higher mental function.
Research addresses two main problems; how does the brain control behavior, and how can technology emulate biological intelligence.
Outlines the research being undertaken at Dr. Mark Eckert's neuroimaging laboratory which is focused on understanding the neural basis for individual differences in cognition.
A new path towards understanding brain functions through a transdisciplinary approach uniting neuroscience, physiology and computer science.
A consortium of neuroscientists dedicated to finding better way to treat, and ultimately cure, mental illness through understanding the mind and brain.
Research concerning the correct formation and maintenance of the myelin sheath. Includes publications, members, photo gallery, and views and opinions. University of Oulu.
Independent scientific research institution dedicated to increasing knowledge of the biological basis for brain function.
Department of Neuroscience and Neurology at the University of Kuopio in Finland.
Undertakes research into normal and abnormal cerebral development from the perinatal period to adulthood. In French and English.
The research mission is to discover and delineate mechanisms and processes which are fundamental to the development of neural systems and to the control of behavior.
Research in the area of representation, analysis, recognition, storage and retrieval of visual information such as images, video and audio.
Provides information on the Centre, the research being undertaken, the investigators, news and events.
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