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Collaborations & Cores

Partnering with Yale Institutional Efforts

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Eyiyemisi Damisah, MD and Lawrence Hirsch, MD review the plans for an epilepsy surgery.

The center partners with ongoing efforts in clinical and translational science, including neuroscience, across the medical school. These include: The center collaborates with the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation to better support clinical trials and first-in-human studies in clinical neuroscience. Focus areas will align with and leverage existing strengths, including in the School of Public Health, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, and the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

Partnering with the Yale New Haven Health System

The center seeks to qualitatively enhance research collaboration between the School of Medicine and allied healthcare systems in the field of clinical and translational neuroscience. Yale School of Medicine and the Yale New Haven Health System have launched a major initiative to achieve better alignment between the school and the healthcare system. Success in bringing new advances in neuroscience to patients critically depends on this collaboration. The center works closely with medical school and health system leadership to facilitate the integration of clinical and translational research into healthcare settings.

Research Cores

The center works with existing cores to maximize support for clinical and translational neuroscience, with an emphasis on scope, accessibility, and affordability. The center will identify areas where new research services and cores are needed to elevate impactful clinical and translational neuroscience and work with the Dean’s Office to develop such services and to make them available to the community.