The Center for Innovation in Brain Science is an “all brains on deck” research environment designed for highly-integrated, collaborative research through innovative team science. With expertise spanning discovery, translational and clinical science, we are addressing complex issues across four age-associated neurodegenerative diseases.
We use the brain’s complexity to drive discovery and create precision cures for neurodegenerative disease. Our investigators bring expertise in Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis and ALS, aging, bioenergetics of the brain, immunology, stem cell biology, big data computational science, animal models of neurodegenerative disease, drug design and synthesis, FDA regulatory and toxicology requirements and clinical trial design and conduct.
Director & Regents Professor
Associate Director, Translational Neuroscience
Assistant Director, Translational Neuroscience
Associate Director, Computational Systems Biology
Senior Director, Clinical Operations
Imaging Project Manager
Director of Bioinformatics
Pre-Clinical Program Manager
Senior Director, Communications
Translational Project Manager
Clinical Operations Manager
Laura Desteiguer, Budget & Finance Administrator
Abel Villalobos, Laboratory Manager
Leticia Lovallo, Special Assistant to the Director
The Center for Innovation in Brain Science is an “all brains on deck” research environment designed for integrated research through innovative team science.
CIBS is recruiting brilliant minds with expertise in systems biology, bioinformatics, immunology, synthetic chemistry, drug design, stem cell technology, deep/machine learning and computational systems biology.
Be a part of a rich training environment and a diverse, mission-driven team focused on discovery and creating precision cures for Alzheimer’s, ALS, MS and Parkinson’s.
Challenging impactful work. Highly competitive benefits package. Top 20 Public Research Institution.
Assistant Scientific Investigator (Multiple Positions)
We are recruiting assistant research scientists with expertise in one or more of the following areas: neuroimmunology, neurometabolism, and cellular and molecular neuroscience.
Be a part of a rich training environment and a diverse, mission-driven team focused on discovery and creating precision cures.
CIBS is recruiting a Regulatory Coordinator to support the Precision Aging Network (PAN) regulatory core and other projects. This position will offer an opportunity to learn about research administration by supporting faculty engaged in mission-driven, innovative, and important research and application that will potentially impact the lives of real people and their families through the preparation and submission of IRB applications, project management, and other administrative support functions.