Brown Institute for Brain Science

Brown’s Institute for Brain Science (BIBS) is a unique interdisciplinary program formed to tackle one of the greatest mysteries of man. The BIBS was designed to promote collaborative theoretical and experimental study of the brain from the molecular to the behavioral and cognitive level. It unites faculty who study the fundamental mechanisms of nervous system function and those who seek to create devices with brain-like functions that can assist mankind. The faculty are also committed to translating fundamental knowledge for the diagnosis and treatment of the devastating effects of disease and trauma of the nervous system. Follow this link to visit the BIBS web page. Mouse Brain: by Liz Normand, Mark Zervas


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