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World class neuroscience is woven into the fabric of the University

The Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience a national leader in neuroscience research. With a team-based science approach - faculty, postdocs, and students collaborate at the bench to innovate, discover, and progress our understanding of brain.

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Our Research

The collaboration of nearly 150 researchers across more than a dozen departments is transforming how we study the brain and understand complex diseases.
 

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Funding

The Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience pilot grant program supports interdisciplinary and collaborative research within one or more of several target areas.
 

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Diversity Commission

The Neuroscience Diversity Commission is working on initiatives aimed at addressing issues related to diversity and inclusion, affirming that diversity is essential for excellence in science.

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Training the next generation of neuroscientists.

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Hearing, Balance & the Brain

Researchers at the University and Medical Center have long been on the quest to understand hearing, balance, and the brain. Faculty from many disciplines like Neuroscience, Otolaryngology, Biomedical Engineering, Linguistics, and Brain and Cognitive Sciences aim to discover better drug-delivery methods and improve mechanistic and functional understandings of hearing, balance, and brain connection. The University of Rochester is among the top 20 institutions in the United States in funding for hearing—and balance—related research from the National Institute on Deafness and Communication Disorders.

 

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