Innovation. Education. Transformation
CBNA is a research-intensive department focused on cellular biology, development and cell signaling in the nervous system. We employ interdisciplinary teaching methods in graduate and medical education in cell & developmental biology, neurosciences and human anatomy. CBNA stewards the Anatomical Gift Registry, a body donation program essential for training medical students and supporting clinical discoveries.
Cutting-edge research programs within state-of-the-art facilities. Meet our CBNA Faculty and their teams to discover how their research programs in fundamental cell biology and molecular neuroscience are advancing new drugs and clinical therapies.learn more
Join our Neuroscience PhD Program for laboratory-based training in neurobiology research. Spanning molecular and cellular neurobiology to systems neuroscience, our Faculty expertise is directed to providing novel solutions in pain, addiction, neurodegeneration and neurotrauma research.learn more
Cell Biology PhD
Join our Cell and Developmental Biology PhD Program to train applying cutting edge approaches in stem cell and regenerative medicine. Our focus is embedded in our clinics, spanning many tissues and models, preparing our graduates for discovery and application of new cures to many diseases.learn more
The program supports the education and training of medical students, residents, postgraduate physicians, and healthcare professionals by preparing bodies, organs and tissues for study, dissection, and discovery.learn more
Quick Glance Research Stats
Our Faculty experts play a leading role in Medical Education at the Medical College of Wisconsin
Graduate Students, Post-Doctoral Researchers and Faculty in the CBNA Department.
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Interested in joining our team at an undergraduate, post-doctoral or faculty level?