Hope Center Faculty Members are scientists and physician scientists on the Medical and Danforth campuses whose research programs are consistent with the Hope Center mission.

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Sarah  Ackerman, PhD

Sarah Ackerman, PhD

Assistant Professor, WashU Pathology & Immunology

Understanding how glia shape developmental and pathological plasticity

Beau Ances, MD, PhD

Beau Ances, MD, PhD

Daniel J. Brennan, MD Professor, WashU Neurology

Therapeutic Strategies for HIV Associated Neurocognitive Impairment

Ghazal Ashrafi, PhD

Ghazal Ashrafi, PhD

Assistant Professor, WashU Cell Biology & Physiology

Metabolic regulation of neurotransmission

John  Atkinson, MD

John Atkinson, MD

Samuel B. Grant Professor, WashU Medicine

Etiopathogenesis, clinical course, and treatment/cure of TREX-1 vasculopathy

Yuna Ayala, PhD

Yuna Ayala, PhD

Associate Professor and Vice Chair, SLU Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Role of RNA processing and TDP-43 function in neurodegeneration

Martha Bagnall, PhD

Martha Bagnall, PhD

Associate Professor, WashU Neuroscience

Neural circuits involved in postural control

Randall Bateman, MD

Randall Bateman, MD

Charles F. and Joanne Knight Distinguished Professor, WashU Neurology

Alzheimer’s Disease: Pathophysiology, biomarkers, predictive diagnostics, treatments

Philip Bayly, PhD

Philip Bayly, PhD

Lee Hunter Distinguished Professor and Chair, WashU Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science

Biomechanical factors in traumatic injury to the brain and spinal cord

Tammie Benzinger, MD, PhD

Tammie Benzinger, MD, PhD

Professor, WashU Radiology

b-amyloid (Ab) pathology and Alzheimer Disease (AD)

Mikhail Berezin, PhD

Mikhail Berezin, PhD

Associate Professor, WashU Radiology

Design/application of optical contrast agents and spectroscopy for diagnosis and treatment

Kendall Blumer, PhD

Kendall Blumer, PhD

Professor, WashU Cell Biology & Physiology

Signal transduction in the cardiovascular, nervous and visual systems

Ryan Bogdan, PhD

Ryan Bogdan, PhD

Associate Professor, WashU Psychological & Brain Sciences

Neural, molecular, and other biological mechanisms underlying psychiatric disorders

Thomas Brett, PhD

Thomas Brett, PhD

Associate Professor, WashU Medicine

Molecular mechanisms of inflammatory signaling in diseases hallmarked by chronic inflammation

Matthew  Brier, MD, PhD

Matthew Brier, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor, WashU Neurology

Using PET and MRI to Understand Drivers of Progressive Pathology in Multiple Sclerosis

Laura  Campisi, PhD

Laura Campisi, PhD

Assistant Professor, WashU Pathology & Immunology

Understanding the role of T cells in ALS-4