Roger Cone Lab

Our Research

Our primary interest is understanding how the central nervous system regulates energy stores.

About Roger Cone

  • central nervous system control of energy homeostasis
  • role of neural circuits in obesity, disease cachexia, and anorexia nervosa
  • development of small molecule compounds for the treatment of obesity

Roger Cone is the Mary Sue Coleman Director of the U-M Life Sciences Institute. His research program is focused on the central nervous system's regulation of energy stores, and the neurobiology of obesity.


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