A message to the community from Dr. John Ngai, Director of the NIH BRAIN Initiative.
Dear BRAIN Community,
On September 23, 2020, the National Academies’ Forum on Neuroscience and Nervous System Disorders will host a public workshop on transcriptomic differences in the brains of women versus men with brain disorders.
The NIH is still seeking input on how to enhance scientific and workforce diversity through the BRAIN Initiative. Public comments will be accepted until August 31, 2020.
NIH seeks input on enhancing scientific and workforce diversity through the BRAIN Initiative. Public comments will be accepted through this Request for Information (RFI) through August 31, 2020.
All NIH grant applications submitted late for due dates between March 9, 2020, and May 1, 2020, will be accepted through May 1, 2020.
If you are developing or using a new neural device in humans, ready to register your device for clinical trials, or thinking about bringing your device to market, learn more about how to get feedback from the FDA on your device and clinical testing plans before starting the regulatory approva
BRAIN Initiative investigators can now offer feedback on a new NIH-wide data sharing policy that will likely impact ongoing and future neuroscience research. The draft NIH policy for data management and sharing is open for public comment until January 10, 2020.
In a recent paper published in JAMA Neurology, a collaborative team of ethics and neuroscience experts highlight key ethical issues surrounding neural device research and provide points to consider for researchers and others working in this space.
A recently issued BRAIN funding opportunity announcement (RFA-MH-20-140) targets development and validation of advanced human cell-based assays to model brain structure and function.