neurology research
Cerebellum
Calbindin staining in a SCA6[Q84] knock-in mouse cerebellum revealing Purkinje cells and molecular layer dendrites.
Immunohistochemical stain for alpha-synuclein (red) showing Lewy neurites in the colon of a Parkinson disease patient
Immunohistochemical stain for alpha-synuclein (red) showing Lewy neurites in the colon of a Parkinson disease patient

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Neurology is a frontier discipline—most diseases are incompletely understood and some are completely unknown. Translational neuroscience is basic and applied scientific research in the practical service of human disease.

We stand at the interface of clinical care and research. Therefore, our department is an important center for translational neuroscience research at the University of Utah.

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