Neurosciences Research

The Center for Neural Science and Medicine (CNSM) was founded to support and coalesce the neuroscience community at Cedars-Sinai across the institution. Traditional neuroscience research can become siloed into narrow subdisciplines for a variety of reasons, including the need for focused technical expertise, clinical interest, funding constraints or simply lack of opportunity to interact. However, some of the most important discoveries are made when boundaries are crossed—when researchers and clinicians with diverse backgrounds collaborate to solve a problem with synergistic expertise.

Device May Provide Early Detection of Alzheimer's Disease

A current clinical trial is showing promise in determining whether imaging technology developed at Cedars-Sinai enables researchers to detect amyloid buildup. Watch Keith L. Black, MD, discuss this groundbreaking research and the hope it holds for the future.

Glioma Researchers Test Fluorescence Imaging Method

BLZ-100, a novel tumor-specific fluorescent ligand is showing promise in enabling neurosurgeons to detect and abstract malignant brain tumors during surgery.

Tumor cells under microscope labeled with fluorescent molecules
Neurosciences Research Faculty

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Contact the Cedars-Sinai Center for Neural Science and Medicine

127 S. San Vicente Blvd.
Pavilion, Suite A6600
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Joel Arnold, Research Administrative Coordinator