UCSF seeks to advance neuroscience research through building

01/21/2010 | PR Web

The University of California, San Francisco, plans to establish a neuroscience building that will house top scientists who are working to develop treatments and cures for neurological conditions, including Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy and cerebral palsy. "Clinicians treating patients with neurological conditions, clinician-researchers carrying out brain imaging and drug studies in patients, scientists studying the molecular and cellular basis of diseases, and scientists studying how the brain normally functions will be able to share their expertise, brainstorm, collaborate," an expert said.

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