The NeuroBiology Research Center (NBRC) was established in April 2013, with a mandate to support basic and clinical research in the field of neurobiology.


Mission Statement

Our mission is to foster multidisciplinary research and training in the central nervous system biology at the molecular, cellular, neural circuits and systems levels at the interface of health and diseases, and to accelerate translational and clinical research to enhance the health of the nation.

NBRC will pioneer forming a dynamic and collaborative research group at the fields of biochemistry, molecular biology, anatomy, physiology and pharmacology to employ technical innovation and target research areas promising for fundamental shifts in our understanding of normal brain development and function and in the treatment of neurologic and neuropsychiatric diseases.


Our vision and overarching goals

  • To support all aspects of neuroscience research initiatives from exploration at the basic science level, to translating the new discoveries into novel therapeutic approaches
  • To establish effective collaboration among leading basic, translational and clinical neuroscientists with the aim of performing interdisciplinary researchand achieve implementable developments
  • To provide research training opportunities and inspire trainees through innovative experiences, scientific productivity and education career paths