More than 60 faculty members in both basic science and clinical departments participate in the neuroscience program, offering a complete spectrum of research facilities equipped with contemporary instrumentation in the fields of molecular, cellular, developmental, systems, behavioral and clinical neuroscience. Facilities also include state-of-the-art core facilities in molecular biology, microscopy, flow cytometry, nucleic acid analysis, transgenic mouse generation, biostatistical analysis, structural biology, hybridoma generation and proteomics. Library resources are extensive and include holdings maintained on the MCV Campus made available via electronic access.