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The Children's National Research Institute
Neuroscience Research Laboratories
The focus of this laboratory led by Joshua Corbin, Ph.D., focuses on the development of limic system circuitry.
The Haydar Laboratory is focused on forebrain development and function. We use a wide range of molecular and cellular techniques to understand how the brain is formed and how cellular and molecular determinants influence cognition.
Learn about this laboratory led by Vittorio Gallo, Ph.D., and its focus on developmental neuroscience and nervous system disease.
This laboratory led by Kazue Hashimoto-Torii, Ph.D., researches the environmental effects on brain development and susceptibility to disease after birth.
Our research activities focus on studying how congenital heart disease and subsequent cardiac surgery affect the rapidly developing brain in fetal, neonatal and infant populations.
The focus of this laboratory led by Catherine Limperopoulos, Ph.D., is brain development.
This laboratory led by Masaaki Torii, Ph.D., focuses on specifying neuronal fate.
This laboratory focuses on integrating sensory information.
My research will explore the understudied and novel mechanisms by which neuromodulators mediate the interactions between neurons, astrocytes and microglia in both normal and disease states.
We study neural circuits and behavior in mouse models of neurodevelopmental disorders.