One of the GCC’s most essential functions is bringing multiple institutions together to form powerful, domain-specific research consortia.
Organized by areas of interest, these focused partnerships catalyze interactions and provide a supportive environment for collaborative research programs requiring expertise beyond that which is possible by any single institution. The Research Consortia serve to catalyze interactions and provide a supportive environment for collaborative research programs that require expertise beyond that available in any one institution.
Gulf Coast Consortium for Antimicrobial Resistance
Gulf Coast Cluster for Mental Health Research
John S. Dunn Gulf Coast Consortium for Chemical Genomics
Gulf Coast Cluster for Neuroengineering
Gulf Coast Consortium for Regenerative Medicine
John S. Dunn, Sr. Gulf Coast Consortium for Magnetic Resonance
Gulf Coast Consortium for Translational Pain Research
Gulf Coast Cluster for Alcohol and Addiction Science
Gulf Coast Consortium for Theoretical & Computational Neuroscience
Executive Research Consortia Committee
Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience:
Translational Pain Research:
Alcohol and Addiction Science: