Research at the Medical School
The Medical School’s six-story research building brings more than 120,000 square-feet of top-notch research space to help us grow our outstanding programs with the recruitment of new investigators.
With a robust research program that includes clinical, translational, and basic science research aimed at curing the diseases of our time in our time, the Medical School is committed to excellence in research.
Our National Institutes of Health-funded Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences is helping to foster collaborations and bridge the gaps between the basic sciences and the practical applications of medicine.
Focused on such innovative areas as stem cell research and proteomics, the Brown Foundation Institute of Molecular Medicine for the Prevention of Human Diseases joined the Medical School in 2010 to bring its investigators and programs in closer collaboration, further strengthening research and enhancing drug discovery.