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    Neuroinflammation and Immunity Research

    Bowser Laboratory

    Our laboratory is at the forefront of using human patient samples to discover biochemical alterations that occur early in the disease process that reflect the underlying pathology of the disease and of using cell culture-based systems to further explore the…

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    Liu Laboratory

    The research efforts of the Liu Laboratory focus on neuroimmune interactions in central nervous system (CNS) injury and repair. The goal of this research is to understand immunological basis of neurological disorders and develop novel…

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    Lukas-Whiteaker Laboratory

    The Laboratory of Neurochemistry, now jointly led by Drs. Paul Whiteaker and Ronald J. Lukas, focuses on nicotinic acetylcholine receptors, which are critical to chemical signaling and electrical wiring in the brain and body.

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    Romanovsky Laboratory

    The Systemic Inflammation Laboratory (Fever Lab), headed by Andrej Romanovsky, MD, PhD., is a basic research unit of the Trauma Research Program of St. Joseph’s Hospital, a Level-1 Trauma Center.

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    Shi Laboratory

    The Barrow Neuroimmunology Laboratory is a collaborative effort that encompasses the Neuroimmunology Regular Clinical Service Team, the Clinical Research Team, and the North American Research Committee on Multiple Sclerosis (NARCOMS) Project.

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    About Barrow

    Since our doors opened as a regional specialty center in 1962, we have grown into one of the premiere destinations in the world for neurology and neurosurgery. Our experienced, highly skilled, and comprehensive team of neurological specialists can provide you with a complete spectrum of care–from diagnosis through outpatient neurorehabilitation–under one roof. Barrow Neurological Institute: Discover. Educate. Heal.