From rapid prototyping, data analysis and software development, to regulatory affairs and entrepreneurship, our staff expertise enables neuroscience innovation to reach the patient.
Quality assurance, clinical and regulatory affairs
Business development and intellectual property
Our state-of-the art facilities at Campus Biotech in Geneva house world-class translational research and support our collaborative efforts with academia and industry. Complementing our portfolio are pre-clinical and clinical platforms available at Campus Biotech and at our collaborating academic institutions and hospitals.
State-of-the-art advanced lightsheet imaging center
Advanced electrical and mechanical engineering design and fabrication
Advanced micro and nanofabrication
Other collaborating facilities
As part of the rich collaborative environment at Campus Biotech, the Wyss Center also supports and accesses the Neural Microsystems Platform (NMP) and the Preclinical Neuroscience Platform (PNP), both state-of-the-art multi-user platforms that make a substantial contribution to the innovative capabilities of the Campus.
Study contributes to our understanding of how cocaine withdrawal affects brain circuits
The results could help clinicians understand addiction and enable people to better manage substance withdrawal.Collaboration
Study suggests a promising future for soft bioelectronic interfaces in clinical settings
Results demonstrate MRI compatibility, good surgical handling and reliable recording in bioelectronic interfaces that conform to the nervous system.Technology
Shining a light on neurodegenerative disorders
Could a ray of light stop rogue proteins in their tracks and slow the spread of neurodegenerative disease in the brain? EPFL and the Wyss Center are set to find out.Collaboration