About Our Research Centers
The University of Minnesota Udall Center conducts clinical, multidisciplinary, translational, and basic research that improves the understanding of and develops better treatments for patients with Parkinson's disease.
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The Neuromodulation Research Center (NMRC) is a large collaborative entity that brings together University of Minnesota’s experts from neurology, neurosurgery, neuroscience, biomedical engineering, radiology and other disciplines that share a focus to advance the understanding of brain conditions and diseases and the neuromodulation therapies that improve them.
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The Grossman Center is a research hub, including the Ashe, Mantyh, and Yuan Labs, that conducts cutting-edge translational research with the vision to create a world without Alzheimer’s disease.
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The UMN StrokeNet RCC is a multi-departmental program that fosters greater participation in clinical trials at stroke centers and conducts research that ranges from primary and secondary prevention, to acute treatment, to rehabilitation and recovery.
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The University of Minnesota Ataxia Center provides evaluation, testing, education, medical treatment, and physical therapy for people with cerebellar ataxia.
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The Paul and Sheila Wellstone Muscular Dystrophy Center is a multi-disciplinary scientific, translational, and clinical hub of research, education, and clinical care related to a wide range of muscular dystrophies and other neuromuscular disorders.
Visit the Muscular Dystrophy Center website to discover more.