At Columbia's Zuckerman Institute, we are conducting pioneering research into critical aspects of the brain — how it develops, performs, endures and recovers — gaining insights that promise to benefit people and societies everywhere.
Our Scientific Platform teams develop the tools and services that help drive discovery throughout Columbia University and the broader scientific community. Working hand-in-hand with scientists, our experts push the limits of cellular imaging and magnetic resonance; create state-of-the-art molecular tools to reveal the workings of the nervous system; design and build one-of-a-kind devices to advance research; and host leading-edge computing resources that store and process vast amounts of research data.
Our Scientific Programs serve to foster a vibrant culture of scientific inquiry. Our growing suite of programs — from seminars and symposia to workshops and journal clubs — are targeted to Institute faculty and trainees, as well as to the broader Columbia and scientific communities. These programs reflect the conviction that a fertile intellectual environment nurtures the creative collaborations and transformational discoveries to advance science and medicine.
To foster a connection between the arts and the sciences, Columbia's Zuckerman Institute has established different artist-in-residence programs that sponsor visual artists, musicians and authors for a period of engagement, inspiration and discovery. Through meetings, performances, collaborations and workshops with students, scientists and our neighboring community, these programs provide a unique forum in which art and science join forces in an exploration of the mind, the brain and human behavior.
April 6, 2020
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