The Grossman Institute

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The Grossman Institute for Neuroscience, Quantitative Biology, and Human Behavior is the intellectual home for a diverse group of scholars and scientists working together to advance our understanding of the brain. By utilizing a multidisciplinary approach, the Institute will recruit faculty members from such areas as Chemistry, Cognitive Sciences, Computer Science, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Statistics and many more to reveal how the human brain and our social and physical environments interact. This knowledge is essential for improving the treatment of and developing cures for devastating conditions like schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, autism, and Alzheimer’s disease. By addressing the fundamental questions about brain mechanisms that lead to individual variation in people, we are also able to examine the social and environmental factors that shape our behavior.

The Grossman Institute was established to serve Neuroscience throughout the University of Chicago as well as its affiliates by representing the collective interests of the community. The Institute is in a unique position to support cutting edge technology that will create many opportunities for scientists to transform and revolutionize our understanding of the human brain. By working alongside other interdepartmental divisions as well as capitalizing on the great strengths that currently exist at the University of Chicago, the Grossman Institute will provide the tools necessary to create a platform for increasing our expertise within Neuroscience.


Job Opportunities in Neuroscience at the University of Chicago

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Shared Equipment

Four proposals were selected to be purchased as a result of the Grossman Institute Shared Equipment Call. Access to equipment will be granted to any Grossman Institute member who wises to use it in their research.

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  • Welcome Geneses Davis, the new project coordinator for the Grossman Institute.
  • The MacLean Center 34th Annual Interdisciplinary Series: Neuroethics series. Please visit the MacLean Center web site for more details. Read more here