WSU-Premier Health Neuroscience Institute, Timothy C. Cope, Ph.D., Director

Diggs lab

Cutting-edge Research Facilities

The research component of the institute will be located on the WSU campus, and it will also have facilities dedicated to patient care and clinical research within Miami Valley Hospital. In addition, the partners have collabortated to support the creation of a new clinical Department of Neurology within the Boonshoft School of Medicine and the hiring of a department chair and new faculty physicians, all of whom will practice, teach and conduct research in both locations.

The institute’s core facilities at Wright State University feature advanced technology and expertise to allow basic and clinical neuroscientists to incorporate state-of-the-art genomics, proteomics, imaging and informatics approaches in their research

The Institute includes access to cutting-edge research facilities including:

State-of-the-art Core Instrumentation

The Institute features microscopic imaging and analysis facilities - from the molecular level to the behavioral level, including:

  • Genetics, molecular biology and proteomics
  • Behavioral analysis facilities for studying movement