Department of Neuroscience and Pharmacology > Research
Research at the Department of Neuroscience and Pharmacology
The Department's research spans from molecular pharmacology and cellular studies of nerve tissue to the study of the nervous system's higher functions and diseases. The research is distributed among seven laboratories.
In all the laboratories, researchers do animal work, and in four of the laboratories they also study humans in health or disease.
- Brain Research and Integrative
- Molecular Neuropharmacology and
- Molecular Pharmacology Laboratory.
- Neural Control of Movement Laboratory.
- Neuronal Signaling Laboratory.
- Laboratory of Neuropsychiatry.
- Laboratory of Neural Plasticity.
The Department houses the NeuroCluster, the Cluster in Pharmacogenomics and Copenhagen Gait Cluster. These Faculty of Health Sciences Clusters were established with Faculty funding in 2005 and intends to gather internal and external researchers in an array of cutting-edge areas.