Excellence in Education, Research & Service
Our research focuses on the areas of Hearing Research and Musculoskeletal Biology. In each focus area, our faculty emphasize a multidisciplinary, collaborative approach to research and training at the graduate and postdoctoral levels.
Our faculty teach throughout the medical curriculum, with major responsibilities during the first year. We strongly support graduate education through the Masters’ Program in Modern Anatomical Sciences and Ph.D. programs in Biomedical Sciences (with Kent State University) and Integrated Pharmaceutical Medicine. Our Body Donor Program and Yassine Gross Anatomy Laboratory provide regional resources for education in the anatomical sciences.
What can the powerful leaps of today’s lemurs and marmosets tell us about how early primates evolved? Jesse Young, Ph.D., […]
Learning more about a genetic mutation that causes intellectual disability (ID) is the goal behind a research project recently funded […]
NEOMED is offering a free program for high school students interested in potential careers in neuroscience. Students ages 14 through […]