We are discovering brain health breakthroughs through cross-disciplinary research and collaboration.
The Stanley D. and Joan H. Ross Center for Brain Health and Performance at The Ohio State University plans to fundamentally define brain health through a collaborative program of multi-modal, multidisciplinary research, and cross-disciplinary collaborations. These efforts will inform development of innovative approaches, treatments, and procedures to enhance functioning for individuals across the spectrum of abilities.
The study of brain health at OSU is not limited by age or the presence of brain disorders; nor will the nature of our investigations be limited to medical science. Breakthroughs may come from molecular, cellular, functional, behavioral or environmental insights, and may arise from applying new discoveries in the physical, social, or natural sciences.
The Center for Brain Health and Performance will reflect this diversity via a broad array of partnerships in multiple scientific communities, state-of-the science education efforts, and groundbreaking neuroscience research at The Ohio State University as well as collaborations with neuroscientists across the globe.