Burn and Shock Trauma Institute
The Burn and Shock Trauma Institute is a unique community of scientists and clinicians devoted the study of traumatic injury. A multidisciplinary research institute, our programs include both clinical and laboratory research relevant to trauma injury and burns. In our laboratories, our scientists investigate the body's reaction to injury and infection, with the hope that their research findings may someday lead to innovative therapies for trauma and burn patients.
Loyola's Cardiovascular Institute (CVI) consists of the Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, the Department of Medicine's Division of Cardiology and the CVI Research Division. The mission of the CVI Research Division is to support basic and clinical research and research training in the cardiovascular sciences at Loyola University Chicago.
Infectious Disease & Immunology Institute
The mission of the Infectious Disease and Immunology Institute (InDII) is to understand interactions between microbes and the immune system, and to translate this knowledge to the treatment, control and prevention of diseases caused by human infectious agents. We are committed to establishing collaborations among basic and clinical scientists studying microbes and the immune system.
The Neuroscience Institute enhances the fundamental understanding of how the nervous system functions in health and disease, and to support basic, translational, and clinical research and training, with the goal of developing novel and effective therapeutic strategies to enhance patient care.
The Oncology Insititute's mission is to support basic science research in the underlying mechanisms of cancer. Located within the Cancer Center, the Institute provides the structure to coordinate and integrate a truly multidisplinary approach to cancer research and our clinical programs.
Signal Transduction Institute
The Institute of Signal Transduction was established to provide a horizontal integration among the other institutes and basic science departments at the Stritch School of Medicine to establish a broad-based, collaborative and inclusive network among faculty whose research involves studying signaling pathways.