Our Center Grants bring together the laboratories of molecular neuroscientists, behavioral neuroscientists, electrophysiologists, geneticists, biochemists, and clinicians to form dynamic research centers around topics such as Fear Learning and Memory, Affiliative Behavior, Aggression, Reproduction, Mental Disorders, Parkinsons Disease, and Alzheimers Disease.

Many of our students have co-advisors from diverse sub-disciplines within the Emory Neuroscience program, as well as having access to co-advisors from neighboring universities and through our faculty's collaborative ties to a host of other universities and organizations such as deCODE genetics, the nearby Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Georgia Tech, and others. For more information, see our Centers and Center Grants page.