The Department of Neurosciences at Cleveland Clinic's Lerner Research Institute comprises a group of internationally recognized scientists who are committed to understanding the mechanisms of brain development and function, as well as better understanding the causes of neurodegenerative diseases and developing and improving therapeutic strategies.More About Us
The Nikhil Panicker lab investigates the molecular mechanisms that drive pathology in Dementia with Lewy bodies, Parkinson's Disease and Alzheimer's Disease.Learn More
The James Kaltenbach lab studies the role of neural plasticity in the pathogenesis of hearing disorders.Learn More
The Tara DeSilva lab studies demylelinating diseases, like multiple sclerosis, and how to protect the central nervous system.Learn More
Recently published research from Cleveland Clinic sheds light on how tumors release particles into the bloodstream, stimulating the formation of blood clots.
The beneficial interactions between the immune and central nervous systems could hold the key to new treatments for MS.
TREM2 deficiency did not affect acute disease or virus control but was associated with how the central nervous system recovers from inflammation and damage.
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