Developing strategies to enhance cognition in normal and disabled individuals.
The vision of HCEP is to develop high impact, implementable tools to understand the neural bases of cognition and cognitive deficits, and to develop cognitive performance solutions while simultaneously increasing our fundamental understanding of cognitive function. There are seven broad areas of research that represent current efforts in cognitive enhancement at Drexel. In each of these domains , there are teams of experts collaborating on basic, clinical, and translational studies.
Core Program ContactsSreekant Murthy, Ph.D.
Vice Provost for Research Compliance
DEPARTMENT: Office of Research
firstname.lastname@example.org Barry Waterhouse, PhD
Professor, Neurobiology and Anatomy
Vice Dean, Biomedical Graduate and Postgraduate Studies
Department: Neurobiology and Anatomy
Research Interests: Role of central monoaminergic systems in brain function and behavior
Maria T. Schultheis, PhD
Research Associate Professor