Co-Founders and Co-Directors, Jennifer Coughlin (left) and Leah Rubin (right)
With the ultimate goal of optimizing brain health in vulnerable populations, the Johns Hopkins Brain Health Program consists of a multidisciplinary team devoted to the development of effective therapies and treatments for memory problems related to aging, dementia, mental illness, traumatic brain injury and HIV infection.
Under the leadership of Leah Rubin, PhD, MPH and Jennifer Coughlin, MD, the team—made up of faculty from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Whiting School of Engineering, and Bloomberg School of Public Health—studies molecular biomarkers through comprehensive imaging of the tissues and brain. These studies reveal signs of normal or abnormal processes, or of a condition or a disease, and inform us in particular directions for implementing novel clinical assessments for patients and developing new mathematical models to influence science.
We are grateful for your support of the Johns Hopkins Brain Health Program. Your gift creates impact and helps fuel our important work to improve cognitive and mental health for all individuals in vulnerable populations. Thank you.
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