The National Cancer Institute's Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Development Center provides funding, networking, and mentoring assistance to small businesses with early-stage innovative cancer technology projects. NCI SBIR Team Leader […]
Addiction Workgroup of the GCC Mental Health Research ClusterVirtual Mini SymposiumFrom Theories to Empirical Findings and Back
Brain Circuits and Pain WelcomeAnnemieke Kavelaars, PhD, MD Anderson Cancer Center and Ted Price, PhD, UT Dallas 1:00 Cell Therapy for the Treatment of CIPN Cobi Heijnen, MD Anderson […]
We invite you to this networking event jointly sponsored by the Clusters for Single Cell Omics and Mental Health Research/Biological Psychiatry workgroup. With the increasing importance of applying single cell […]
Stephen S. Laurie, PhDSenior Scientist, SANS Discipline Lead, KBR, NASA Johnson Space Center
Caroline Ajo-Franklin, PhDProfessor, BioSciences Rice University
Joan E. Nichols, PhD, Professor, Dept. Internal Medicine, UTMB
Confirmed Speakers: Stephen Quake, Orit Rosenblatt, Lukas Simon, Koichi Takahashi, Nick Navin, Navin Varadarajan, Courtney Hodges, Ruli Gao More information can be found on the symposium website.
Associate Professor, Department of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Houston
Professor and Director, Clinical and Health Services Research
William M. Wheless III, Professor In Biomedical SciencesProfessor, Neurobiology & Anatomy
Associate Professor, Neurobiology & Anatomy, Department of Genetics, Division of Basic Science Research, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
Please mark your calendar for this exciting event that will highlight advances in Mental Health Research in the region and across the nation. Confirmed keynote, Joshua Gordon, Director of the National […]
The application of neural stimulation technologies and computer interfaces for paralysis, neuroregenerationand psychiatric disorders has risen steadily. However, the field will be accelerated by a deeper molecular and physiological understanding […]
Please save the date for this exciting conference and stay tuned for speaker updates. James Inglese, NIH/NCATS is confirmed. More information can be found on the conference website.