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Neuroscience

The Center for Brain Research in Development, Genetics and Engineering (BRIDGE) applies innovative technology and advanced model systems to understand basic mechanisms of brain development and advance the implementation of novel therapeutics.

The Song Lab seeks to elucidate the cellular and molecular basis governing the formation, maintenance, and function of neural circuits under physiological and pathological conditions.

The Marsh lab focuses on understanding how changes in brain development lead to epilepsy, intellectual disability, and autism.

Published on
Nov 18, 2020
New Diversity Fellows expand research network and investigative skills within the CHOP community.

Understanding, developing, and applying gene and related cell and nucleic acid therapies to find cures for debilitating disorders.

Dr. Takano's research focuses on basic epilepsy and related neuroscience research centered on advanced optical imaging techniques such as fluorescence lifetime imaging and two-photon microscopy; and application of micro- and nanotechnology like graphene transparent electrode to functional cellular imaging.

E-mail:
takanoh [at] chop.edu

Dr. Song works to elucidate the cellular and molecular basis governing the formation, maintenance, and function of neural circuits under physiological and pathological conditions, using both Drosophila and mammalian models.

E-mail:
songy2 [at] chop.edu
Published on
Dec 31, 2018
We peeked into our data to see which research stories captivated our readers the most in 2018: Here are our top six.
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Jun 29, 2018
This week's roundup of research headlines at CHOP is all about making connections.
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May 22, 2018
Jason Van Batavia, MD, a physician-scientist in the Division of Urology at CHOP, is the grand prize winner in the 2018 Diokno-Lapides Essay Contest.