• Welcome to the USF Neuroscience Collaborative

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  • NSC Membership Directory

    The Neuroscience Collaborative, now with nearly 250 members, was established two years ago to accelerate progress in USF neuroscience research.

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  • NSC Grant Awards

    Grants selected included two principal investigators who were new collaborators from different departments and/or colleges.

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  • Our Mission

    The mission of the USF NSC is to accelerate progress in USF neuroscience research through cooperation among faculty from across USF and with the University partners.

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  • Grant Awards

    Thirteen intramural grants were presented to twenty-six members of the USF Neuroscience Collaborative at the NSC's first awards luncheon held on April 28 in the USF Marshall Student Center.

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  • NSC Research Clusters

    Out of all the grants submitted, 52 percent were from the Morsani College of Medicine, 18 percent were from the College of Arts and Sciences...

  • Faculty awarded $1m in Neuroscience Collaborative Grants

    NSC directors Clifton Gooch, MD and David Diamond, PhD, announced the recipients.

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Welcome from the Directors

The USF NSC is an ambitious program designed to accelerate progress in USF neuroscience research by promoting new campus-wide collaborations among USF faculty, as well as with partners outside of the University. These new relationships will certainly advance scientific knowledge, and many of them will also translate into new therapies for a wide array of previously untreatable and devastating diseases of the nervous system.

Clifton L. Gooch
M.D., F.A.A.N.
David Diamond
In addition to serving as a national model for academic collaboration, this program will help create new virtual translational research centers, which will successfully bridge the varied institutions within USF and provide a new critical mass of neuroscience talent through collaboration. We welcome you to make use of the resources on this site to further your own academic collaborations and research efforts, and we thank you for being a part of the thriving world of neuroscience research at USF.