The MIND Tissue Bank
The mission of the MIND Tissue Bank is to collect, store, and distribute CSF and clinical information from individuals with neurodegenerative disorders, disease controls and healthy controls to qualified researchers.
The mission of the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Neurodegenerative Disease (MIND) includes providing training for the next generation of neurodegenerative disease researchers in a dynamic and collaborative environment. MIND laboratories have a stimulating mix of undergraduate researchers, Ph.D. program graduate students, medical students, and postdoctoral researchers. MIND also hires recent college graduates considering a career in science or medicine to work as laboratory technicians. Most of MIND’s senior researchers also hold appointments as Harvard Medical School faculty and at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Researchers at MIND are able to take advantage of opportunities afforded by MIND’s extensive network of affiliations including attending seminars within MIND, other MassGeneral research centers, Neurology Grand Rounds at MassGeneral, and numerous other educational and training opportunities sponsored by MIND, Harvard Medical School, or other affiliates.
Training at MIND
Students interested in pursuing doctoral studies can find more information about Ph.D. programs through Harvard Medical School.
Current undergraduates or doctoral students interested in undergraduate research opportunities or postdoctoral studies should contact MIND principal investigators directly. Learn more about our faculty.
Working at MIND
Collaborate With MIND
MIND has ongoing research collaborations with industry and foundation partners. For more information, contact Partners Innovation.