The Bozza Lab

The Bozza Lab is located in the Pancoe Life Sciences Pavilion on the undergraduate campus of Northwestern University in Evanston. The lab has state of the art facilites and equipment for molecular biology, embryonic stem cell culture, physiology, in vivo optical imaging and behavior.

 

The lab is in the Department of Neurobiology which comprises many dynamic and interactive research groups. There is a broad community of neuroscientists in neighboring departments including Chemistry, Molecular Biosciences, Biomedical Engineering and Psychology, and also at the Feinberg School of Medicine.  Neuroscience at Northwestern is united by the Northwestern University Interdepartmental Neuroscience Program.

The Northwestern campus sits on the shores of Lake Michigan and is surrounded by a vibrant college town with scenic beaches and an abundance of great restaurants, bars, shops, and parks.

Evanston is directly adjacent to Chicago and the Northwestern campus is 12 miles from the heart of the Chicago Loop, which is easily accessible by train, car and University Shuttle Bus.