Cori Bargmann talks with The New York Times about her research and the goals of the BRAIN Initiative
The NIH BRAIN Initiative has released three funding opportunity announcements for partnerships between clinical investigators and manufacturers of the latest-generation implantable stimulating and/or recording devices for clinical neuroscience research in humans.
NIH has released three new exciting Requests for Applications (RFAs) for the BRAIN Initiative, and we are encouraging researchers from across the physical and life sciences, as well as engineering and statistical disciplines, to submit applications to these and future open BRAIN Initiative…
Letters of Agreement pave way for collaboration between NIH BRAIN Initiative and neuroscientists in Canada and Australia.
The article outlines the benefits and challenges of classifying neurons and highlights new genetic techniques for defining cell types.
A meeting of the Multi-Council Working Group for the NIH BRAIN Initiative provided insights into funding the second wave of BRAIN awardees, explored foundation efforts and potential collaborations, approved a neuroethics workgroup, and contemplated future ventures for the initiative.
NSF issues $13.1 million for 16 new multidisciplinary awards to support BRAIN Initiative
Microscope maker Inscopix receives prestigious designation by World Economic Forum
Dr. Jeff Lichtman and colleagues published a paper in Cell outlining a series of techniques for sectioning, reconstructing, and analyzing a discrete volume of mouse brain tissue with nanometer resolution.
NIH BRAIN Initiative grantee Lihong Wang receives award for the development of innovative brain imaging technology.