Our centers leverage the latest technologies, push forward in fast-moving fields like intelligence, and target intractable brain disorders.
The Tan-Yang Center was established at the McGovern Institute in 2017 to catalyze revolutionary new research approaches and potential treatments for individuals affected by autism.
The Yang-Tan Center for Molecular Therapeutics in Neuroscience aims to change how we treat brain disorders by developing innovative molecular tools that precisely target dysfunctional genetic, molecular, and circuit pathways.
The Poitras Center for Psychiatric Disorders Research was established in 2007 by Patricia and James Poitras ’63 to support research into the biological basis of psychiatric disorders.
The Martinos Imaging Center is a core facility that provides access to state-of-the-art brain imaging technologies for MIT researchers and their collaborators around the world.
The Center for Brains, Minds and Machines (CBMM) is a multi-institutional NSF Science and Technology Center housed at the McGovern Institute and dedicated to the study of intelligence.