This Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) will support a single award to a multidisciplinary team to create the Data Coordination and Artificial Intelligence Center (DCAIC).
This hybrid workshop, taking place on May 2-3, will focus on sensor technologies to improve understanding of behavior in health and disease.
This Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) will support scientific research and activities focused on enhancing diversity in biomedical research.
Back by popular demand, the BRAIN Initiative’s yearly Show Us Your BRAINs! Photo & Video Contest is open through Monday, April 24, 2023. You’re invited to submit your coolest, most interesting images and short videos today!
The NIH Common Fund intends to publish a prize competition announcement to solicit entries for a multi-phase challenge to facilitate in vivo delivery technologies for gene editors. The NIH BRAIN Initiative will join as a contributor with other NIH-affiliated organizations.
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.
Dr. Kyle Blum is a former F32 award recipient who used the funding opportunity to study motor control and the nervous system. The F32 funding opportunity supports the research training of promising researchers early in their postdoctoral training period.
Humans are complex beings, but our inner workings operate using basic biological processes shaped and repurposed over hundreds of millions of years of evolution.
The Concept to Clinic: Commercializing Innovation Education Program is designed to help current BRAIN-funded investigators from a research institution or early-stage start-up better understand how to take their innovative technology and apply it to an unmet market need.
A team of BRAIN researchers describe a newly developed technology used to record brain activity in freely moving humans, called Neuro-stack.