ZIP: 520-2192
Seta Tsukinowa-cho, Otsu, Shiga, JAPAN
The Molecular Neuroscience Research Center (MNRC)
Phone +81-77-548-2402

Shiga University of Medical Science

Japan Society for Dementia Research

We aim to develop
diagnostic and therapeutic methods
for neurological diseases.

About MNRC

The Molecular Neuroscience Research Center (MNRC) was founded in 1989 as the Molecular Neurobiology Research Center. In April 1st, 2016, the center was renewed as the Brain Disease Research Organization - Molecular Neuroscience Research Center (MNRC), The MNRC, composed of Basic Neuroscience Research Unit, Translational Research Unit and Clinical Neuroscience Research Unit, aims to integrate basic and clinical medicine. In addition, SUMS appointed Dr. Douglas G Walker, outstanding professor in Arizona State University, USA, to be a special contract professor at the MNRC in order to develop international collaborative studies.  Intractable neurological diseases including dementia are increasing in aging societies, in Japan and elsewhere. The MNRC continues its global cutting-edge research; strengthens ties to local community; promotes industry-academia collaboration and develops the skills for research leadership and the medical specialist competence, in order to find solutions for intractable neurological diseases including dementia.

What's new

01/10/2018 Ms. Aslina binti Pahrudin Arrozi has entered PhD course.・・・
01/10/2018 Congratulations! Dr. Liu Ziyi obtained PhD.・・・
24/09/2018 Dr. Yanagisawa gave a lecture at the 5th Annual Meeting of Mongol・・・
20/09/2018 The 24th Molecular Neuroscience Research Center International Sym・・・
19/09/2018 Announcement of 24th MNRC International symposium・・・
30/05/2018 Dr. Tamaki and Dr. Urushitani published new therapeutic strategie・・・
01/04/2018 Ms. Undral Buyandelger entered PhD course.・・・
09/03/2018 Congratulations! Dr. Lina Wati Durani obtained PhD.・・・

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