The three re-issued funding opportunities and notices support new neural recording and modulation technology projects at multiple stages of development.
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The two re-issued funding opportunities support both small targeted projects and large, team-research projects. They encourage the utilization of innovative tools, diverse species, and comparative approaches.
Last year, The BRAIN Initiative® proposed a challenge for students to describe their perspectives on the ethics and implications of emerging neurotechnologies. This month, Drs. John Ngai and Walter Koroshetz announced the winners live via an online broadcast.
In January, members of the NIH BRAIN Initiative Neuroethics Working Group (NEWG) and Multi-Council Working Group (MCWG) met virtually to discuss emerging ethics themes in BRAIN and ongoing efforts to promote and enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion in neuroscience.
A recent Notice of Special Interest (NOSI) will support the translation of BRAIN technologies from academic and non-small business research to the marketplace.
Dr. Beckel-Mitchener has been serving as acting deputy director of the BRAIN Initiative alongside Dr. John Ngai, who was named BRAIN Initiative director in January 2020.