Accession Number : ADA321582
Title : Neural Responses to Injury: Prevention, Protection, and Repair.
Descriptive Note : Annual rept. 20 Sep 94-19 Sep 95,
Corporate Author : LOUISIANA STATE UNIV NEW ORLEANS
Personal Author(s) : Mize, R. ; Beuerman, Roger ; Bobbin, Richard ; Bazan, Nicolas G. ; Kline, David
PDF Url : ADA321582
Report Date : OCT 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 23
Abstract : The LSU Neuroscience Center is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary, and trans-departmental entity that unites fundamental neurobiology and the clinical neurosciences in the common goal of elucidating the workings of the brain and contributing to the treatment of currently incurable diseases of the nervous system. The objective of this program is to find solutions to neuroscience-related problems of interest to the US Army Medical Research and Development Command. The program is focused on exploiting novel neuroprotective strategies that lead to prevention of and repair after neural injury. Converging approaches using state-of-the-art tools of cell biology, neurochemistry, neuroimmunology, neurophysiology, neuroppharmacology, molecular biology and virology are ongoing. Over the four years covered in this proposal, this program aims to: (1) carry out seven research projects in the basic and clinical neurosciences; (2) expand central, shared facilities with the addition of highly specialized instrumentation not currently available to our scientists; (3) develop laboratory space to permit the physical consolidation and coordination of this research effort; and (4) institute a coordination unit to monitor, facilitate, and administrate the cooperative research programs, as well as to meet the associated budgetary, human resources, facilities, and communications needs for the attainment of the program goals.
Descriptors : *CLINICAL MEDICINE, *NERVOUS SYSTEM, *WOUNDS AND INJURIES, *NEUROLOGY, *MEDICAL RESEARCH, *NEUROBIOLOGY, SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPES, ARMY RESEARCH, HUMAN RESOURCES, BRAIN, MONITORING, STATE OF THE ART, REPAIR, COMMUNICATION AND RADIO SYSTEMS, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, NEUROCHEMISTRY, RESEARCH MANAGEMENT, CELLS(BIOLOGY), PREVENTION, PHARMACOLOGY, NEUROPHYSIOLOGY, VIROLOGY.
Subject Categories : Anatomy and Physiology
Medicine and Medical Research
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE