We conduct innovative and impactful research that will improve human health by serving as a hub for scientific discovery and its translation to clinical care. We achieve this by:

  • Creating a new research facility and program focused on biotechnology and translational clinical care
  • Committing resources to retaining our team of talented researchers and capitalizing on investments in our research infrastructure
  • Expanding our nationally distinctive research programs by recruiting over one hundred net new physicians, scientists, and physician-scientists
  • Building a robust clinical research infrastructure that offers support at all levels of clinical research
  • Significantly expanding access to clinical trials with the creation of a state-wide clinical trials network
  • Creating a clinical data repository

Research in Motion

Learn More About Our Researchers

In our new School of Medicine Research in Motion video series, we asked our researchers three questions: What do you do? What do you love about your research? How will it impact human health?

We’re excited to share their answers in weekly 1 to 2-minute videos. We hope you’ll enjoy watching them as we celebrate all the compelling and inspiring work by our School of Medicine researchers.

Clinical Scientist Dr. Zhiyi Zuo studies stroke effects and post op cognitive dysfunction.

Studying diseases that arise from defects in DNA replication with Anja Bielinsky, PhD.

Using Focused Ultrasound and deep brain stimulation with Neurosurgeon Jeff Elias, MD

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