Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience

Cellular and molecular neuroscience research covers a wide range of approaches to understanding the function and dysfunction of specific molecules and cell types in the brain and spinal cord. Ongoing research by the neuroscience's faculty has demonstrated molecular/ elucidating cellular mechanisms. Main topics are ion channels and electrophysiology. In order to learn critical details about the nervous system, the evolution of the human brain, and the role of genes and molecular signals, molecular and cellular neuroscientists examine the impact of these factors on cellular morphology, molecular signals, and gene expression.


  • Neuronal Signaling and Synaptic Plasticity:
  • Epigenetics and Brain Function
  • Glia and Brain Health


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