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New Northwestern center targets brain disorders

lecular and cellular biology techniques, which has led to new collaborations with Northwestern biomedical engineers.

"Our department is expanding its presence in biotechnology and neuroscience, and the molecular biology expertise and equipment of the Falk Center is invaluable to this effort," said Robert Linsenmeier, professor of biomedical engineering, who was instrumental in establishing the Falk Center. "Nationally, biomedical engineering is moving more and more to the level of cells, molecules and genes. Adding the Falk Center to biomedical engineering at Northwestern adds a range of capabilities we did not have before."


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Northwestern University
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