Centers & Facilities

  • The Multi-Axes Rotation and Tilt Device (MART)

    The Multi-Axes Rotation and Tilt Device (MART) at the Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Laboratory

  • The Volen National Center for Complex Systems

    The Benjamin and Mae Volen National Center for Complex Systems

  • Rosenstiel Basic Medical Sciences Research Center

    The Rosenstiel Basic Medical Sciences Research Center

The study of the life sciences at Brandeis University is enhanced by the work that is being done at our outstanding research centers.

Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Laboratory

Research in the Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Laboratory spans the full spectrum of topics covering the effects varying force environments have on the neural control of movement, posture, and perceived orientation of the human body.

Benjamin and Mae Volen National Center for Complex Systems

The Benjamin and Mae Volen National Center for Complex Systems is comprised of an interdiscipliary group of faculty members whose focus is the study of the brain and intelligence. The scientific analysis f the brain includes the cellular and molecular levels to the cognitive and computational.

Rosenstiel Basic Medical Sciences Research Center

The Rosenstiel Basic Medical Sciences Research Center was formed in 1970 with the purpose of bringing together world renowned scientists from a wide range of disciplines in order to advance the study of structural biology, genetics and immunology.

Sloan-Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience

The Sloan-Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience trains predoctoral students and postdoctoral researchers who possess strong analytical and computational backgrounds to apply those skills to the study of neuroscience. The faculty members that make up the Sloan-Swartz Center seek to apply experimental and theoretical approaches in the study of the brain and its functions.

Research Facilities