Our researchers work at the intersection of behavioral study and neuroscience to target the impaired decision-making processes underlying addictive behaviors.
We are rigorously searching for the next generation of targeted cancer therapies in aggressive forms of brain and breast cancer.
With heart disease as the nation’s leading killer, we are elucidating cardiomyopathy, heart attack, sudden cardiac death, and stroke on a molecular scale.
We want every child to reach their full potential, which is why our researchers study pediatric cancers, brain development and disorders, and neuro rehabilitation.
We are demystifying the role of glia in healthy brain function, neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's, brain injury and trauma, and brain cancers.
We are studying ways to prevent and treat lifestyle-related disorders, such as obesity, substance use, and Type 2 diabetes.
Our scientists are developing new ways to study human behavior, brain function, decision-making, and brain disorders.
At Fralin Biomedical we seek to understand how pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, and parasites infect host cells.
We examine the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying brain development to understand how brain cells are altered by genetic variations, neurodegenerative disorders, trauma, and aging.
From treating chronic wounds to healing injured cardiac muscle and arteries, we are discovering new ways to manipulate cell signaling channels to heal injured tissues.