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Kansas Institute of Neurological Sciences

At KINS our work centers around the recovery of brain and other neurological tissue from donors for the purpose of research. We abide by the guidelines set forth by the FDA regarding tissue donation for research purposes, proper next of kin consent, and ethical guidelines set forth by the Anatomical Gift Act. We also act as a short term neurotissue repository for center brain banks prior to shipping the tissue off to their node location. Through our process of delicate and precise recovery of brain and other neurological tissue, our coordination with brain banks and research centers, and our vast network of neuroscientists, we are able to advance our understanding of neurological diseases and thus come that much closer to finding better treatments and perhaps, cures. KINS is Advancing Medicine through Research. At KINS we are dedicated to supporting the basic and clinical researchers, who study causes of brain disorders and the affects of aging. Advances in molecular genetics and pathology make it possible for researchers to identify causes and cures for brain disorders such as: Parkinsons Disease ALS and Related Movement Disorders Down Syndrome Autism Spectrum Disorder Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorders Alcohol and other Drug Dependencies, including psychostimulant drugs Traumatic Brain Injury, including sports concussions and combat-related PTSD Major Depression and Other Neurological and Psychiatric Conditions Forensic Neurobiology (Forensic Neuropathology) and Abusive Head Trauma (including Pediatric) Dementia Developmental Neurological Disorders Normal brains, including children to help us understand how the human brain develops Pediatric and Adult Neurological Tumors Neuroinfectious Diseases

The following is the list of scholars from Kansas Institute of Neurological Sciences who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences