WVU RNI combines research, education, and patient care to solve real problems affecting those with neurological conditions.Watch Video
The mission of this Center is to understand and develop treatments for brain inflammation and cell death that result from stroke or other neural injury, such as traumatic brain injury.
Studying how insects’ wing movements affect their sense of smell has the potential to explain underlying causes of disorders like schizophrenia, Parkinson’s disease and shortness of breath, according to new research from West Virginia University.
Graduate student Raymond Anderson is examining a specific form of a protein - called tau - that can sabotage neurons' ability to break down and clear out damaged proteins.
The NIDA has awarded Joshua Gross, a doctoral candidate in Drs. Siderovski's and Setola's labs, a $132,132 fellowship for a three-year study into the role that RGS12 plays in triggering and sustaining addiction.
The goal of the faculty mentoring program is to ensure both the success of new faculty and their rentention at the institution.Faculty Mentoring Info
The Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs in Biomedical Sciences, comprised of seven degree-granting programs, that reside in the Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy at the WVU Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center.Graduate Training info
For nine weeks in the summer, the WVU RNI offers internships of research-intensive training for qualified undergraduate students. Our research opportunities incorporate molecular- to systems-level analyses of nervous system function.SURI Program info