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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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

Yu-Qing Cao, PhD

Yu-Qing Cao, PhD

Associate Professor, WashU Anesthesiology

Calcium channels and synaptic transmission in migraine headache

Anil Cashikar, PhD

Anil Cashikar, PhD

Associate Professor, WashU Psychiatry

Oxysterols in Alzheimer’s disease

Daniel Castro, PhD

Daniel Castro, PhD

Assistant Professor, WashU Radiology

Neural circuits and mechanisms of positive and negative affect

Valeria  Cavalli, PhD

Valeria Cavalli, PhD

Robert E. and Louise F. Dunn Professor of Biomedical Research, WashU Neuroscience

Molecular, cellular and epigenetic mechanisms that regulate axon regeneration

Marina  Cella, MD

Marina Cella, MD

Professor, WashU Pathology & Immunology

Understanding immune responses in health and disease

Aisling Chaney, PhD

Aisling Chaney, PhD

Assistant Professor, WashU Radiology

Molecular Imaging of Neuroimmune responses in Degeneration (MIND)

Hong Chen, PhD

Hong Chen, PhD

Associate Professor, WashU Biomedical Engineering

Innovative focused ultrasound techniques to understand brain function and brain diseases

Shiming Chen, PhD

Shiming Chen, PhD

Dr. Bernard and Janet R. Becker Distinguished Professor in Ophthalmology, WashU Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences

Understanding and treating CRX-associated retinopathies

Yao  Chen, PhD

Yao Chen, PhD

Assistant Professor, WashU Neuroscience

Uncovering the spatial location and temporal dynamics of intracellular signals

Milan  Chheda, MD

Milan Chheda, MD

Associate Professor, WashU Medicine

Chromatin regulation and its role in maintaining tumor initiation cells and normal neural stem cells

Govindaswamy  Chinnadurai, PhD

Govindaswamy Chinnadurai, PhD

Professor, SLU Molecular Microbiology and Immunology

The transcriptional corepressor CTBP1 in neurodevelopment

Jaehyung (Gus) Cho, PhD

Jaehyung (Gus) Cho, PhD

Professor, WashU Medicine

Mechanisms of platelet and neutrophil activation in thrombosis and inflammation

John  Cirrito, PhD

John Cirrito, PhD

Professor, WashU Neurology

Relationship between synaptic activity and amyloid-beta metabolism in Alzheimer’s disease