Call for participation: BRAIN Initiative Alliance toolmaker social at Neuroscience 2023

The BRAIN Initiative Alliance is hosting Tools, Tech, and Theory: A BRAIN Initiative Alliance Social at the 2023 Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting on November 12, 2023. Applications are now open! 

The BRAIN Initiative Alliance (BIA) is seeking neurotechnology developers and engineers, as well as developers of theories, computational models, and analytical tools to feature at an in-person social event at the 2023 Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. Tools, Tech, and Theory: A BRAIN Initiative Alliance Social is an exciting opportunity for toolmakers to interact with the research community, as well as network with one another!  

Date: Sunday, November 12  

Time: 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. ET 

Location: Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel 

Are you a BRAIN Initiative researcher and interested in being featured at this year’s event? Please complete your application by August 25, 2023. You will be notified in September if you have been selected.  

To be eligible, your tool must be ready for the community to use, and you must be available in person during the date and time of the social. Tools or technology that are appropriate for sharing at this event are typically ready for distribution or use by multiple other members of the research community (i.e., at or beyond a pre-commercialization stage or have limited commercial distribution).  

For more information about previous BIA Toolmakers social events, please visit the BIA webpage. 

Ready to share your BRAIN-related tool, tech, or theory but are unable to attend SfN in person this year? The BIA has Toolmakers’ Resources and quarterly Toolmakers Newsletters—fill out the Toolmakers Web Form for your tool to be considered for the resources page a chance to be featured in a future newsletter.  

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