The Prince Center for Neurodegenerative Disorders of the Brain

Aging-related impairments of cognitive functions and motor capabilities, as well as neurodegenerative conditions typically associated with advanced age, have devastating consequences for individuals, families and society. The prevalence of such impairments are expected to grow in the future with increasing life expectancy.

We aim to understand the changes in the biology of the aging brain and in neurodegenerative conditions. With this knowledge we develop novel treatment modalities for aging-associated cognitive and motor impairments.
Herman Wolosker

The center is comprised of 12 investigators from the Rappaport Faculty of Medicine. Through an integrative and collaborative approach we study the basic biological mechanisms that affect our brain’s capacity to cope with healthy normal aging and neurodegenerative processes.