MCW Neuroscience Research Center
The Medical College of Wisconsin's Neuroscience Research Center (NRC) was founded in 2010 with the goal of enhancing neuroscience research at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
The goals of the Neuroscience Research Center are to enhance basic and translational neuroscience at MCW through the development of an MCW-wide programmatic plan for neuroscience research. Read more about the MCW Neuroscience Research Center
Cecilia J. Hillard, PhD – Center Director
Dr. Hillard is an accomplished translational scientist who has research interests in the effects and mechanisms of cannabinoids, nicotine and other drugs of abuse.
Currently, she is the Executive Director of the International Cannabinoid Research Society and is a leader in community initiatives dedicated to drug abuse awareness.
Reminder: In eBridge, please check affiliation with the Neuroscience Research Center if it is appropriate for your grant submission. It doesn't hurt your other affiliations, and it helps the NRC gauge potential resource use!
Please view our recent funding opportunities.
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MCW physicians and practitioners see patients at three major affiliates – Froedtert Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, and the Zablocki VA Medical Center – and many other hospitals and clinics in metro Milwaukee and eastern Wisconsin.
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Neuroscience Research Center
Medical College of Wisconsin
8701 Watertown Plank Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226
(414) 955-6057 – Fax
Blair Stauffer | firstname.lastname@example.org
Department Administrator, Pharmacology and Toxicology | Neuroscience Research Center