The Center for Neuropharmacology & Neuroscience (CNN) is composed of internationally recognized faculty scientists, whose research interests are focused on the nervous system. The Center is well-regarded for its research programs aimed at understanding addiction, pain, epilepsy, behavior and more.
The CNN aims to facilitate and strengthen collaborations in neuroscience research, while providing a unique interface for interactions among clinical and basic scientists. Neuropharmacology and neuroscience are large and diverse fields that encompass physiology, pharmacology, anatomy, behavior, development, neural disorders and diseases. The techniques used to study these different research areas include analytical chemistry, biophysics, biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, electrophysiology, behavioral testing, and cell culture.
The Center also is focused on training future neuroscientists through graduate programs designed to provide the education and expertise needed for a career in neuropharmacology and neuroscience research. Our students are supervised by internationally recognized faculty and they benefit from the individual attention that this program fosters. Graduates of this program have pursued careers in research and teaching in a variety of academic, clinical and industrial settings.