Dr. Andrew Pieper, Harrington Discovery Institute at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center

Project Overview

The Brockman Medical Research Foundation has provided support for research being conducted by Dr. Andrew Pieper and his team at the Harrington Discovery Institute, part of The Harrington Project for Discovery & Development at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center (UH).

Dr. Pieper is director of the Alzheimer Drug Discovery Foundation-Harrington Scholar Program, at the Institute. He is also co-director of the Gund-Harrington Scholar Program, the first recipient of the Morley-Mather Chair of Neuropsychiatry – and a faculty member of the Departments of Psychiatry at UH, at the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center and at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.

The grant by the Brockman Medical Research Foundation supports research towards improving human brain health by the discovery of new therapies for patients suffering from neuropsychiatric disorders relating to neurodegeneration.

Research will focus on the link between basic bioscience and clinical medicine.

Project Highlights

  • Overview: Research towards improving human brain health by the discovery of new therapies for patients suffering from neuropsychiatric disorders relating to neurodegeneration.