In neuroscience, Dayton begins to make mark


Wright State University is readying to open its $37 million Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building, a structure university leaders promise will be a unique hub where neurology, medicine, engineering and computer science will meet.

“It’s safe to say there’s no building like this in the world,” said Timothy Cope, chair and professor of Wright State’s Department of Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology.

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Video: Robert Fyffe, Ph.D., vice president of research and dean of the Graduate School, discusses the Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration Building. Watch the interview with the Dayton Daily News.

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