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Jerome L. Greene Science Center

A cornerstone of the proposed Manhattanville expansion, the Jerome L. Greene Science Center will be among the world’s most advanced facilities specializing in the study of the brain and will house the new Mind, Brain, and Behavior Initiative. Creation of the center is made possible by a donation of more than $200 million from Dawn M. Greene and the Jerome L. Greene Foundation. The center will include laboratories in which Columbia scientists will explore the causal relationship between gene function, brain wiring, and behavior. The center will establish an educational outreach facility for local community members and clinical programs with a focus on childhood developmental disorders and diseases of the aging brain.
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