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Brain Bank

The West Virginia University Brain and Tissue Bank for Neurological disorders

The West Virginia University Brain and Tissue Bank for Neurological disorders is a human tissue repository dedicated to neuroscience research across the spectrum of diseases of the nervous system. Such a resource is indispensable to basic and translational neuroscience research, and is entirely dependent upon the generosity of donors and their families.  Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or would like additional information.

Questions regarding the WVU-TBND can be directed to Jacquie Karakiozis or call 304-293-0287.

A photo of Rudolph Castellani.
Rudolph Castellani, MD
West Virginia University
Positions
Professor, Pathology, Anatomy and Laboratory Medicine
Professor, Department of Neuroscience
Phone
304-293-1625