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Neurobiol. of Disease

As a medical campus, the NGP at OHSU offers many opportunities to study the Neurobiology of Disease from discovery science at the basic end of the spectrum to translational research and clinical trials in neurological and psychiatric diseases. The NGP curriculum introduces first- and second-year students to the neurobiology of disease through a core course that includes both discussions of disease mechanisms as well as exposure to patients and clinical settings (see www.ohsu.edu/nod). MD-PhD students often choose a disease-oriented thesis project in the NGP for their research. Faculty working on disease-related topics have appointments in many Centers, basic science departments, and clinical departments across the OHSU campus as reflected in the long list of faculty below. To sample some of the diverse topics available, click on the names of NGP faculty below and explore their specific disease-related research topics.

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Herson

Johnson

Rossi

Heinricher

Alkayed

Forte

Janowsky

Logan

Robinson

Bourdette

Hayflick

Horak

Hurn

Kisby

Kretzschmar

Lewy

Meshul

Murphy

Neuwelt

Nutt

Offner-Vandenbark

Oken

Quinn

Raber

Reddy

Selden

Sherman

Spencer

Stenzel-Poore

Vandenbark

Unni

Fred Robinson