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Inquiry, scholarship, collaboration and a passion to improve human lives are the building blocks of our DNA. That’s why Brandeis is one of just 65 members of the Association of American Universities, an organization of elite research institutions in North America.
Our world-renowned faculty bring their passion for teaching and mentoring into the university’s labs and research facilities, working side-by-side with students to cure disease, improve human health, build sustainable communities and solve myriad social problems. At Brandeis, you'll learn persistence, creativity, collaboration and critical thinking — and, of course, the joy of discovery.
Research that matters
Transformative discoveries and inventions are born every year at Brandeis.
Brandeis researchers in the news
Global finance. Genetic counseling. The intersection of arts and peace. Research at Brandeis is as varied as the interests and expertise of our faculty.
Undergrads on the front lines
Brandeis undergraduates are learning on the front lines of many of today’s most pressing problems in the sciences, social sciences, humanities and the creative arts.
Opportunities for graduate students
Students in Brandeis’ 40 master’s and 17 doctoral programs learn from and conduct research with many of the best and brightest scholars in their fields.
Research News from BrandeisNOW
On October 2, 2017, Michael Rosbash, the Peter Gruber Endowed Chair in Neuroscience and professor of biology, and Jeffrey Hall, 名誉教授生物学, were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discoveries of the molecular mechanisms controlling circadian rhythms, the inner biological clock that regulates almost all life on the planet.