Brown University’s Dr. Robbert Creton has partnered with FirstIgnite to explore sponsored research collaboration opportunities with companies engaged in his area of expertise. Dr. Creton, who joined Brown University in 2002, is the director of the Leduc Bioimaging Facility, a resource for high-resolution imaging equipment and training in the life sciences. His research mainly focuses on brain development and visually guided behavior using zebrafish as a model system.
Dr. Creton has contributed to several publications, including: “A zebrafish model for calcineurin-dependent brain function,” “Analysis of vertebrate vision in a 384-well imaging system,” and “Novel use of FDA-approved drugs identified by cluster analysis of behavioral profiles.” These studies are of significant importance in the field of neuroscience, as the market size for the industry was valued at $27.29 billion in 2022 and is estimated to reach $37.98 billion by 2030.
Brown University is home to numerous renowned researchers, including Dr. Creton. If you would be interested in speaking with him regarding his research and collaborative opportunities, please schedule time with him directly here.