Upcoming Activities

PUBLIC
Jun 16, 2024 - Jun 18, 2024
10th Annual BRAIN Initiative Conference
Hybrid
Rockville, MD
The BRAIN Initiative® Conference convenes BRAIN Initiative awardees, staff, and leadership from multiple federal agencies. This open hybrid meeting aims to continue building the BRAIN community, provide a forum for discussing exciting scientific developments and potential new directions, and identify areas for collaboration and research coordination.

Past Activities

PRIVATE
Nov 15, 2023 - Nov 16, 2023
2023 NeuroNex Annual Meeting
National Press Club; NSF Headquarters
Washington DC; Virginia

The 2023 NeuroNex Annual Meeting, ‘From Octopus to Macaque: The Wondrous Challenges of Diverse Nervous Systems’ will follow the conclusion of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) Conference.

This meeting, organized by Amy Arnsten, Yale University and Julio Martinez-Trujillo, Robarts Research, Canada, will explore how different animals have diverse types of intelligence, and how the corresponding differences in their nervous systems may help to illuminate the mechanisms that mediate cognition in humans. Attendees will learn about the remarkable behaviors of octopus, crows and primates, and the challenges to tool-makers to extend our current technologies to these nonrodent species. They will also learn about the similarities and differences between marmosets and macaques, as marmosets are becoming an important new animal model for the exploration of higher cognition.

The event will be kicked off with talks and refreshments at 6.30 pm on November 15 at the National Press Club in Washington DC (2 blocks from the Metro Center Metro) followed by a talk and poster session day at NSF headquarters in Alexandria, VA (Eisenhower Avenue Metro Station/3 Stops from DCA Airport) on November 16 from 10 am-4 pm.

You can view the meeting website here.

Registration: Please complete the NeuroNex 2023 Annual Meeting registration form at your earliest convenience.

PUBLIC
Nov 11, 2023 - Nov 15, 2023
SfN's Neuroscience 2023
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Washington D.C.
Scientists from around the world will congregate at Neuroscience 2023 to discover new ideas, share their research, and experience the best the field has to offer.
PUBLIC
Nov 8, 2023 - Nov 8, 2023
Fascination Neuromechanics: Advancing Robotics Through Innovative Transatlantic Research Collaborations
German Embassy, 4645 Reservoir Road NW
Washington, DC
The University of Cologne New York Office together with the German Embassy Washington DC, the German Research Foundation North America, American Friends of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, and the German Center for Research and Innovation New York is hosting presentations and a discussion on the fascinating world of neuromechanics.
PUBLIC
Nov 7, 2023 - Nov 7, 2023
From Animals to Robots: How Transatlantic Neuroscience Advances Engineering
German House, 871 UN Plaza
New York
The University of Cologne New York Office together with the German Consulate New York, the German Research Foundation North America, the American Friends of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, and the German Center for Research and Innovation New York is hosting a panel discussion where participants will hear from experts in the areas of neuroscience, robotics, and control who work together within the Communication, Coordination and Control in Neuromechanical Systems network.
PUBLIC
Jun 12, 2023 - Jun 13, 2023
9th Annual BRAIN Initiative Meeting: Open Science, New Tools
Save the date for the 9th Annual BRAIN Initiative Meeting June 12-13, 2023. Additional details regarding registration and abstract submissions available soon. In the meantime, get ready to share your science and prepare your submission!
PRIVATE
Jun 6, 2023 - Jun 6, 2023
Informational Webinars for the 2023 NSF Phase 1 and 2 for 2023 Cohort
Remote
Join an NSF Convergence Accelerator webinar – scheduled for May 25 and June 6, 2023 – to learn about the program and the current funding opportunity. During the webinars, participants will learn about the program’s model and fundamentals, including the program’s phased approach and innovation processes used to accelerate basic research into practice; and the solicitation opportunity and the research track focuses, required Convergence Accelerator key components (e.g., end-users, impact, convergence, acceleration, and deliverables), and important submission information.
PUBLIC
May 25, 2023 - May 25, 2023
Informational Webinars for the 2023 NSF Phase 1 and 2 for 2023 Cohort
Remote
Join an NSF Convergence Accelerator webinar – scheduled for May 25 and June 6, 2023 – to learn about the program and the current funding opportunity. During the webinars, participants will learn about the program’s model and fundamentals, including the program’s phased approach and innovation processes used to accelerate basic research into practice; and the solicitation opportunity and the research track focuses, required Convergence Accelerator key components (e.g., end-users, impact, convergence, acceleration, and deliverables), and important submission information.
PUBLIC
May 22, 2023 - May 26, 2023
Workshop at the Texas Advanced Computing Center
Texas Advanced Computing Center
Austin, Texas
Kristen Harris (UT, Austin), Lead PI for the NeuroNex2 Network award, will conduct a workshop at the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), in Austin, from May 22-26. This in-person workshop will bring in subject matter experts (SME)/programmers and users to conduct interactive, hands-on sessions between users and developers. Over the course of five days, workshop organizers will focus on one subject/tool per day. Submit Applications and requests for assistance to: Anna‐Maria Escherich amescherich@austin.utexas.edu.
PUBLIC
Mar 22, 2023 - Mar 25, 2023
Moving the body: Communication, Coordination and Control in Neuromechanical Systems
Göttingen, Germany
This symposium, part of the German Neuroscience Society Meeting 2023, will feature four speakers from C3NS. They are at different career stages, work in different model systems, use different methodological approaches, and focus on different regions of the nervous system. However, they all work towards the same goal: understanding how nervous systems enable adaptive interactions with the environment.
PUBLIC
Dec 5, 2022 - Dec 5, 2022
C3NS Virtual Graduate Opportunity Open House
Virtual Via Zoom
This event will introduce you to the exciting possibilities of graduate study and future careers at the intersection of neuroscience, biomechanics, and robotics.
PUBLIC
Nov 16, 2022 - Nov 17, 2022
4th NeuroNex Investigator Meeting: Beyond Neurons
Hilton San Diego Gaslamp Quarter
San Diego, California
The Bioluminescence Hub will host the 4th NeuroNex Investigator Meeting: Beyond Neurons to be held in person at the Hilton San Diego Gaslamp Quarter. Join the NeuroNex community in the evening of November 16, 2022 and for a full day on November 17, 2022 for an invigorating lineup of talks and workshops focused on envisioning NeuroNex technologies Beyond Neurons and the innovations needed to take them there.
PUBLIC
Nov 12, 2022 - Nov 16, 2022
Neuroscience 2022
San Diego Convention Center
San Diego
Gather with the neuroscience community in San Diego for the return of the Society for Neuroscience's in-person annual meeting. Share your research; find new collaborators; and attend an extraordinary array of lectures, exhibits, symposia, abstract presentations, professional development workshops, socials, and more.
PUBLIC
Sep 15, 2022 - Sep 16, 2022
2022 Big Data Neuroscience Workshop
William C. Powers Student Activity Center
Austin, Texas
A transdisciplinary workshop on Big Data Neuroscience methods, applications and tools. Organized by the Advanced Computational Neuroscience Network (ACNN).
PRIVATE
Jul 25, 2022 - Jul 26, 2022
Modeling Software Workshop
Seattle
Washington
The Allen Institute Modeling Software Workshop is offering a hands-on opportunity to learn how to use open-source software modeling tools developed in part at the Allen Institute MindScope Program. In this workshop, attendees will learn how to use software for building, simulating, and visualizing bio-realistic models of brain circuits.
PRIVATE
Jul 19, 2022 - Jul 22, 2022
Living Machines 2022: Living Machines. The 11th International Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems
Online
This 11th edition will highlight the most exciting research on biomimetics and biohybrid systems united by the theme of "Living Machines." Due to the restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2022 edition of the Living Machines conference will have a streamlined online format to assure continuity of the Living Machines conference, community engagement, and support.
PRIVATE
Jun 21, 2022 - Jun 22, 2022
8th Annual BRAIN Initiative Meeting
Hybrid (In Person & Virtual)

The BRAIN Initiative® Meeting convenes BRAIN Initiative awardees, staff, and leadership from the contributing federal agencies (NIH, NSF, DARPA, IARPA, and FDA), plus representatives and investigators from participating non-federal organizations, and members of the media, public, and Congress. The purpose of this open meeting is to continue to build the BRAIN community and provide a forum for discussing exciting scientific developments and potential new directions, and to identify areas for collaboration and research coordination.

 

PUBLIC
Jun 20, 2022 - Oct 15, 2022
Prediction Benchmark Challenge
Online
Baylor College of Medicine, together with University Göttingen and University Tübingen in Germany, are hosting a competition to predict neurons in mouse primary visual cortex at this year’s NeurIPS conference. The Benchmark challenge will rank models based on predictive performance for neuronal responses on a held-out test set, and includes the release of several datasets from mouse visual cortex with more that 28,000 neurons in total. The competition is already ongoing and accepts submissions to its live leaderboard until 10/15/22.
PRIVATE
Apr 7, 2022 - Apr 8, 2022
2022 Big Brain Imaging Workshop
Boston University; Online
Boston
Join us for the 2022 Big Brain Imaging Workshop, brought to you by the National Science Foundation Neuronex: Next Generation Multi-photon Neuro-Imaging Consortium and the Boston University Neurophotonics Center. This two-day workshop will take place on Thursday, April 7th and continue on Friday, April 8th, 2022 at the Boston University and online.
PUBLIC
Feb 23, 2022 - Feb 25, 2022
Nemonic Workshop 2022
Online

Multiphoton excitation is a key technology in neuroscience for imaging and photostimulation. New tools and techniques are constantly being developed, enabling new and better neuroscience experiments. This workshop will provide instruction and hands-on training for advanced techniques in multiphoton imaging.

The workshop is hosted by SLAB, a neuroscience and neuroengineering lab located at The University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). Funding is provided by the NSF NeuroNex program.

PUBLIC
Jan 25, 2022 - Jan 25, 2022
DCL/RFI Webinars
Online

Join the NSF Convergence Accelerator to learn about the DCL/RFI and the program’s ideation process at a DCL/RFI webinar. Attendees will learn about the Convergence Accelerator’s program model and fundamentals, designed to leverage a convergence approach to transition basic research and discovery into practice.

PUBLIC
Jan 20, 2022 - Jan 20, 2022
DCL/RFI Webinars
Online

Join the NSF Convergence Accelerator to learn about the DCL/RFI and the program’s ideation process at a DCL/RFI webinar. Attendees will learn about the Convergence Accelerator’s program model and fundamentals, designed to leverage a convergence approach to transition basic research and discovery into practice.

PUBLIC
Jul 8, 2021 - Jul 8, 2021
MicroLED Optoelectrode Virtual Training Workshop
Remote
The NeuroNex MINT hub will hold a microLED Optoelectrode virtual training workshop with Q&A featuring high spatiotemporal resolution microLED probes. The workshop will focus on microLED stimulation and microDrive construction and usage. However, any questions outside of these topics are welcome.
PUBLIC
Jun 15, 2021 - Jun 17, 2021
7th Annual BRAIN Initiative Investigators Meeting
Remote

Registration for the 2021 BRAIN Investigators meeting now is open. Plenary speakers include Drs. Danielle Bassett, Jennifer Doudna, Erich Jarvis, Ed Lein, and Mala Murthy. Registration is free.

PUBLIC
Mar 31, 2021 - Mar 31, 2021
Request for Input from the Community

Exciting new opportunities at the interface of neuroscience and other science and engineering disciplines, catalyzed by transformative new discoveries and technologies, are poised to reshape brain research and its applications. Advances at these interdisciplinary frontiers depend on dialogue across many areas of scholarship as well as fields that have not traditionally been linked to neuroscience. NSF seeks community input that illuminates these interdisciplinary opportunities, from theory to applications, and points to how they might best be realized.

PUBLIC
Feb 22, 2021 - Feb 24, 2021
Nemonic Workshop 2021
Online

Multiphoton excitation is a key technology in neuroscience for imaging and photostimulation. New tools and techniques are constantly being developed, enabling new and better neuroscience experiments. This workshop will provide instruction and hands-on training for advanced techniques in multiphoton imaging.

The workshop is hosted by SLAB, a neuroscience and neuroengineering lab located at The University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). Funding is provided by the NSF NeuroNex program.

PUBLIC
Feb 5, 2021 - Mar 31, 2021
Brain Connectivity
Remote

Five workshops bring together researchers with broad expertise to discuss the state of the art in mapping whole neural circuits, current opportunities for advancing technologies in mammalian whole-brain connectomics, and the challenges to be overcome to generate complete maps of brain connectivity that span the entire brain. Registration is free.

PUBLIC
Jan 29, 2021 - Jan 29, 2021
18th Annual GCC Theoretical and Computational Neuroscience Conference
Online

Confirmed speakers for this online event include Daniella Witten, University of Washington; Claudia Clopath, Imperial College London; Bobby Kasthuri, University of Chicago; and Jonathan Cohen, Princeton University.

PUBLIC
Jan 28, 2021 - Jan 28, 2021
Neuronex Workshop
Online

Confirmed speakers for this online event include Fabio Anselmi, Baylor College of Medicine; Bobby Kasthuri, University of Chicago; Zhengwei Wu, Baylor College of Medicine; and Jonathan Cohen, Princeton University. 

PUBLIC
Nov 9, 2020 - Nov 13, 2020
POSTPONED. Junior Scientist Workshop on Advanced Neural Data Analysis 2020
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston

The Junior Scientist Workshop is organized in partnership with the NeuroNex Theory Team at the University of Houston and funded by the NSF's NeuroNex initiative.

This workshop is intended for PhD students and postdocs who want to learn and share with their peers new advanced techniques in data analysis and apply them to complex neural datasets.

PUBLIC
Oct 28, 2020 - Oct 29, 2020
Virtual Third Annual NeuroNex Investigator Meeting
Remote

2020 Meeting Theme: Dimensions of Team Science Diversity

Two days of keynote speakers and panel discussions followed by the 2020 NeuroNex Award PIs and their teams who will present information on their current work.

PUBLIC
Jun 8, 2020 - Aug 14, 2020
Summer 2020 NeuroNex Research Experience for Undergraduates
Cornell University
Ithaca

The 10-week program runs in conjunction with several other REU programs on the Cornell campus. It will be a fantastic summer learning experience that will include organized lectures, workshops, recreational activities as well as hands-on research.

The 10-week program takes place on Cornell’s Ithaca campus and in 2020 includes: a stipend valued at $5,600; housing in a Cornell University dorm; and additional travel funds for nonCU students.

PUBLIC
Jun 1, 2020 - Jun 2, 2020
Virtual 2020 BRAIN Initiative Investigators Meeting
Remote

The BRAIN Initiative® Investigators Meeting will convene BRAIN Initiative awardees, staff, and leadership from the contributing federal agencies (NIH, NSF, DARPA, IARPA, and FDA), plus representatives and investigators from participating non-federal organizations, and members of the media, public, and Congress. The purpose of this open meeting is to provide a forum for discussing exciting scientific developments and potential new directions, and to identify areas for collaboration and research coordination.

PUBLIC
Apr 15, 2020 - Apr 16, 2020
POSTPONED. 2020 Big Brain Imaging Workshop
Boston University Photonics Center
Boston, Massachusetts

This two-day workshop, hosted jointly by the NSF NeuroNex Nemonic Hub as well as the Boston University Neurophotonics Center, is an opportunity to join in the discussion on optical approaches for cellular resolution imaging of neuronal populations that have been highly instrumental for uncovering the principles of neural circuit function. The topic of the workshop is focused on advancing cellular resolution brain imaging techniques in “larger” brains of mammalian species.

PUBLIC
Mar 22, 2020 - Mar 27, 2020
POSTPONED. MBL Practicum for Undergraduates
The Marine Biological Laboratory
Woods Hole, Massachusetts

The NeuroNex Practicum in Bioluminescence is an intensive, hands-on learning experience investigating bioluminescence with a multifaceted approach. Students will examine this phenomenon from organismal, animal behavior, molecular biology, chemistry, physics, and neuroscience perspectives. 

Applications open October 1, 2019. 

PUBLIC
Feb 24, 2020 - Feb 26, 2020
Nemonic Workshop 2020
University of California
Santa Barbara

Multiphoton excitation is a key technology in neuroscience for imaging and photostimulation. New tools and techniques are constantly being developed, enabling new and better neuroscience experiments. This workshop will provide instruction and hands-on training for advanced techniques in multiphoton imaging.

The workshop is hosted by SLAB, a neuroscience and neuroengineering lab located at The University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). Funding is provided by the NSF NeuroNex program.

PUBLIC
Feb 19, 2020 - Feb 19, 2020
Second Workshop of NeuroNex Neurotheory Workshop Series
Zuckerman Institute for Mind Brain and Behavior, Columbia University
New York

The Center for Theoretical Neuroscience at Columbia University is happy to announce the second workshop of a series of monthly workshops in 2020 — Shreya Saxena: Interpretable models of multi-regional calcium imaging data. These workshops are intended for PhD students and postdocs who want to learn new and advanced techniques in modelling and data analysis developed in the Theory Center. During the workshops, attendees will hear about a research project (published or pre-print) followed by a hands-on tutorial and data-hacking sessions.

 

 

 
PUBLIC
Jan 22, 2020 - Apr 22, 2020
POSTPONED. NeuroNex Neurotheory Workshop Series
Zuckerman Institute for Mind Brain and Behavior, Columbia University
New York

Hands-on, monthly workshops for PhD students and Postdocs who want to learn new and advanced techniques in modelling and data analysis. Open to experimentalists and theorists, funded by NSF's NeuroNex initiative.

PUBLIC
Oct 10, 2019 - Oct 11, 2019
Social Decisions Workshop 2019
University of Houston, Hilton Hotel
Houston

The Social Decisions Workshop will bring together researchers working in neuroscience, complex systems, game theory, evolutionary biology, collective animal behavior, psychology and behavioral economics to discuss how they can better coordinate theory, data and experiment to understand how people make social decisions.

PUBLIC
Aug 26, 2019 - Aug 29, 2019
NeuroNex Junior Scientist Workshop on Advanced Neural Data Analysis
Columbia University's Jerome L Greene Science Center
New York, New York

This workshop, organized in partnership with the NeuroNex Theory Team at the University of Houston and funded by NSF's NeuroNex initiative, is intended for PhD students and postdocs who want to learn and share with their peers new advanced techniques in data analysis and apply them to complex neural datasets. During the workshop, attendees will present their research projects, followed by a hands-on programming tutorial on the computational techniques used in their work.  The purpose is to gain detailed understanding of the complexity of data and of the appropriateness of the different analysis techniques.

Application deadline: May 31, 2019

PUBLIC
Aug 13, 2019 - Aug 15, 2019
NeuroNex Technology Conference
Cornell University
Ithaca

The goal of the NSF NeuroNex initiative is to clear major technological hurdles in order to better study and understand the brain. 

PUBLIC
Jun 17, 2019 - Jun 21, 2019
MINT Workshop
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan

The University of Michigan's MINT Hub will offer a workshop on the week of June 17 to a limited number of researchers interested in structure and function tools. This hands-on workshop has three full days for one of two separate tracks. The first option covers all the surgical techniques and practical usage of our uLED optoelectrodes and electrodes in general. Workshop organizers hope to send all attendees home with two uLEDs for immediate use.  Or attendees may choose training for the use of Brainbow labeling, Clarity, and Expansion Microscopy.  
 

PUBLIC
Jun 3, 2019 - Jun 5, 2019
2nd NSF NeuroNex 3DEM Workshop
Texas Advanced Computing Center, University of Texas
Austin, Texas

Connecting Neuronal Circuits to Subcellular Resources That Influence Synaptic Weight

Workshop topics will include next generation electron microscopy, alignment and segmentation tools, proofreading and reconstruction tools, quantitative analysis, and 3DEM discovery environments. To apply, submit title, abstract (~200 words), author names and affiliations, and contact information to Anna-Maria Escherich (amescherich@austin.utexas.edu). Competitive travel grants are available. 

Organizers
Kristen Harris, James Carson, Terry Sejnowski 

 

PUBLIC
Apr 5, 2019 - Apr 5, 2019
NeuroNex New Solicitation Webinar

Webinar

April 5, 2019 11 a.m.- Noon ET

NeuroNex New Solicitation Webinar:

NSF's NeuroNex Program will be hosting a webinar regarding the new NeuroNex solicitation (NSF 19-563) on Friday, April 5that 11 AM EDT.

The goal of the new NeuroNex solicitation is to support collaborative networks comprised of international teams with disciplinarily diverse experimentalists, theorists, and research resource developers working on a common foundational question in neuroscience. 

Those interested can join the webinar using the instructions shown below.

Instructions for Participants:

  • Event: NeuroNex Webinar
  • Date/Time: Friday, 4/5/19 from 11:00am – 12:00pm Eastern Time

Dial in Numbers

Country

 

Toll Numbers

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CANADA              

              

                        

866-845-8494

GERMANY           

              

49-69-2222-4865          

0800-800-1421

UNITED KINGDOM      

BIRMINGHAM:    

44-121-210-9183          

0808-238-9817

UNITED KINGDOM      

GLASGOW:       

44-141-202-0813          

0808-238-9817

UNITED KINGDOM      

LEEDS:         

44-113-301-0013          

0808-238-9817

UNITED KINGDOM      

LONDON:        

44-20-7950-1322          

0808-238-9817

UNITED KINGDOM      

MANCHESTER:    

44-161-601-0113          

0808-238-9817

USA                 

              

1-203-607-0666           

877-951-7311

Passcodes/Pin codes:

Participant passcode: 7211273

 

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  • Questions:  Submit questions for response via WebEx Q&A during the live webinar.

Meeting Type
Webcast

Contacts
Edda Thiels, (703) 292-8167, ethiels@nsf.gov

Sridhar Raghavachari, (703) 292-4845, sraghava@nsf.gov

Reed Beaman, (703) 292-7163, rsbeaman@nsf.gov

NSF Related Organizations
Division of Biological Infrastructure, Division of Integrative Organismal Systems

PUBLIC
Mar 24, 2019 - Mar 29, 2019
MBL Practicum for Undergraduates
The Marine Biological Laboratory
Woods Hole, Massachusetts

Applications are now open for the second annual MBL Practicum for Undergraduates. The Practicum — tentatively scheduled from March 24-29, 2019 — is an intensive, hands-on learning experience investigating bioluminescence with a multifaceted approach. 

PUBLIC
Mar 6, 2019 - Mar 8, 2019
Neuro Reproducibility Hackashop
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD

The hackashop will focus on emerging tools for collaborative neuroimaging research, with a focus on "hybrid" or "core" open source models that can support sustainable development. Topics will include data management, pipelines, reproducible environments, and easier access to cloud and owned compute resources.

PUBLIC
Feb 25, 2019 - Feb 27, 2019
Nemonic Multiphoton Imaging Workshop
Santa Barbara, California

Multiphoton excitation is a key technology in neuroscience for imaging and photostimulation. New tools and techniques are constantly being developed, enabling new and better neuroscience experiments. This workshop will provide instruction and hands-on training for advanced techniques in multiphoton imaging. The workshop is hosted by SLAB (slslab.org), a neuroscience and neuroengineering lab located at The University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). Funding is provided by the NSF NeuroNex program.

Learn more about the workshop. 

PUBLIC
Feb 3, 2019 - Feb 7, 2019
Present and Future Frameworks of Theoretical Neuroscience
Emily Morgan Hotel
San Antonia, Texas

The BRAIN initiative will result in the generation of tools to collect enormous amounts of data. To make sense of it all it is necessary to develop theories that will integrate results across scales. The goal of this meeting is to determine the present theoretical framework in neuroscience, identify challenges, and define strategies to tackle future problems in the field.

Organizers
Horacio G. Rotstein (NJIT) and Fidel Santamaria (UTSA)

 

PRIVATE
Dec 13, 2018 - Dec 14, 2018
Columbia's Neurotechnology Center Symposium on Voltage Imaging
Neurotechnology Center, Columbia University
New York

On Thursday December 13th and Friday December 14th, 2018 the Neurotechnology Center at Columbia University will hold its 7th Symposium on the topic of Voltage Imaging, sponsored by the generous support of the NSF and Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute. The symposium will feature talks from selected leaders in the fields of voltage imaging, voltage sensors, optics, and computation.

PUBLIC
Nov 1, 2018 - Nov 1, 2018
Miniature Microscopy Workshop
University of California
San Diego, California
PUBLIC
Oct 11, 2018 - Oct 11, 2018
Houston NeuroNex Theory Trainee Workshop
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas
PUBLIC
Oct 3, 2018 - Oct 4, 2018
Symposium in Transforming Research with Data
Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island
PUBLIC
Aug 13, 2018 - Aug 17, 2018
National Biomedical Computation Resource Summer Training Program
University of California at San Diego
San Diego, California

 

 

PUBLIC
Aug 6, 2018 - Aug 6, 2018
Bioluminescent Tools for Neuroscience Research
Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island
PUBLIC
Jul 30, 2018 - Jul 31, 2018
Super 3DEM: A NeuroNex Workshop on Creating a 3DEM Discovery Environment
Texas Advanced Computing Center; University of Texas, Austin
Austin, Texas