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Research Overview

Research is a major component in The University of New Mexico Department of Neurology in Albuquerque, with most of the faculty actively engaged in either clinical or basic science research.

See the faculty VIVO profiles for more information on individual research interests.

Collaborative Research

Domenici Hall houses the Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) grant at the BRaIN center, and translational neuroimaging research takes place at a new neurobiology facility.

Integration of human studies in the neurology clinical area and MIND Research Network (MRN) with the animal studies in BRaIN (COBRE) provides a unique environment for collaborative, translational research that should result in program project-level grants, which will be the cornerstones for the Brain and Behavioral Health signature program.

The BRaIN Imaging Center has state-of-the-art nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), magnetoencephalography (MEG), electron paramagentic resonance (EPR), and optical imaging available to the neuroscience researchers.

The Neuroscience Research Facility is located in Domenici Hall.