Advances in neurotechnology are aimed at helping us better understand normal brain function and how to treat dysfunction associated with brain disorders. These technological advances carry potentially profound ethical implications.
NIH announces three new Requests for Applications (RFAs) for interdisciplinary projects using advanced and innovative technologies to address overarching principles of circuit function in the context of specific brain systems and behaviors.
Demonstration of the feasibility of using a fiberless optoelectrode for activating and recording from neurons… New insights into the mechanisms of neurovascular coupling… Chronic in vivo recordings with carbon fiber microelectrodes… In vivo subcellular imaging of voltage and calcium signals…
The NIH recently announced the 108 newly funded awards for Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 for the NIH BRAIN Initiative®.
With four new Requests for Applications (RFAs), NIH announces the formation of the BRAIN Initiative Cell Census Network (BICCN), a resource to be used widely by the neuroscience community supporting a center or centers and specialized collaboratories for a mouse brain atlas, collaboratories…
NIH recently issued two new Request for Applications (RFAs) to support next generation tools and technologies for non-invasive imaging of human brains.
Novel technologies for understanding the brain and treating brain disorders are expected to give rise to new and complex social and ethical questions that warrant focused attention and investigation.
NIH has issued two new Requests for Applications (RFAs) for the BRAIN Initiative® to support critical research training needs of the Initiative, including a fellowship opportunity for early-stage postdoctorates, as well as a career enhancement opportunity for independent investigators……
NIH recently re-issued seven funding opportunity announcements (FOAs) for fiscal year 2017 to support neural recording and modulation technologies for the BRAIN Initiative.