Charles E. Kubly Mental Health Research Center

The Charles E. Kubly Mental Health Research Center is housed in the Biomedical Sciences Department in the College of Health Sciences, and is comprised of neuroscientists studying mechanisms that underlie neuropsychiatric diseases. Their colaborative and complementary research efforts focus on depression and other mental illnesses, such as schizophrena and addiction, for which they hope to find more effective treatment options.

The Center was made possible by a generous gift from Dr. Michael and Mrs. Billie Kubly, in honor of their son, Charlie.

The Kublys are also founders of the Charles E. Kubly Foundation, “a public charity devoted to improving the lives of those affected by depression.”

Read about the gift that made the Charles E. Kubly Mental Health Research Center possible

Read more about the College of Health Sciences' collaborative neuroscience in the College of Health Sciences Magazine: