This message can also be viewed as a Director’s Message from NIMH Director Dr. Joshua Gordon.
Dear BRAIN Community,
The virtual conference, featuring multiple NIH BRAIN speakers and BRAIN-funded investigators, brings together the neuroscience community to discuss and present the newest advances in understanding the human brain, neuropsychiatric disorders, and behavioral processes as they relate to brain fu
New hippocampal circuitry of object-location memory identified…Functional connectivity patterns of thalamic nuclei mapped to better understand epilepsy…Two-photon and mesoscale imaging combined to examine local and global cortical networks…
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
Videocast will be available for the open sessions of the upcoming NIH BRAIN Initiative Neuroethics Working Group on Thursday, January 30, 2020 and the Multi-Council Working Group on Friday, January 31, 2020.
National Institutes of Health Director Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D., announced today the selection of John J. Ngai, Ph.D., as director of the NIH’s Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies® (BRAIN) Initiative. Dr. Ngai is expected to join NIH in March.
Does your research involve bioethics? If so, you may want to consider the new bioethics funding supplements. These administrative supplements can support BRAIN-funded scientists conducting neuroethics research or those who seek to integrate bioethics into their projects.
This week, a series of daily blog posts will highlight 28 new and reissued BRAIN Initiative funding opportunity announcements (FOAs) for 2020. This final post features five opportunities for clinical studies and human neuroscience research.