Please join us on June 12-13 at the 9th Annual BRAIN Initiative Meeting for our six symposium sessions to hear research insights and developments happening within the BRAIN research community.
Have you read the latest BRAIN Initiative Alliance newsletter? BRAIN scientists are invited to share their tools with the scientific community in the Toolmakers Newsletter.
Dr. Taylor Webb is a F32 award recipient who used the funding opportunity to study non-invasive, focal treatments for the brain using ultrasound.
NIH-funded study in a small group of individuals shows preliminary results that could lead to new pain treatments.
Please join us for the next virtual NIH BRAIN Initiative Multi-Council Working Group meeting on May 24, 2023. Videocast will be available for the open meeting session.
Help us select the winners for this year’s contest by casting your vote through June 2!
Please join us on June 12-13 at the BRAIN Initiative’s 9th Annual Meeting and hear from our three featured plenary speakers as they share their expertise and insights with the BRAIN research community. If you haven’t registered already, please join…
The NIH BRAIN Initiative and NIH Blueprint for Neuroscience Research intend to reissue funding for a research program for neuroscience-focused undergraduates from diverse backgrounds. This funding opportunity is expected to be published in August 2023.
This hybrid workshop, taking place on May 2-3, will focus on sensor technologies to improve understanding of behavior in health and disease.
BRAIN-funded researcher, Dr. Michael Greenberg, along with two collaborators, received the Lundbeck Foundation’s 2023 Brain Prize for ground-breaking discoveries on molecular mechanisms of brain development and plasticity.