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Summary

BRAIN Initiative Webinar Series
Contact: kari.ashmont@nih.gov

Resource Type
  • Overview
Priority Area
  • Cell Type
  • Circuit Diagrams
  • Human Neuroscience
  • Integrated Approaches
  • Interventional Tools
  • Monitor Neural Activity
  • Theory & Data Analysis Tools
Summary
Program
  • Public-Private Partnerships
Resource Type
  • Grant Application Resource
Priority Area
  • Human Neuroscience
  • Interventional Tools
  • Monitor Neural Activity
Summary

This is a template document to be used for agreements between device manufacturers and academic research institutions to form partnerships for submission of grant applications to the NIH for clinical research. 

Program
  • Public-Private Partnerships
Resource Type
  • Grant Application Resource
Priority Area
  • Human Neuroscience
  • Interventional Tools
  • Monitor Neural Activity
Summary

This template document can be signed by academic researchers to allow confidential discussions of proprietary details with a given company regarding the capabilities of a device for the conduct of clinical research.

Project Number
Project Number
RAVE: A New Open Software Tool for Analysis and Visualization of Electrocorticography Data
Program
  • Informatics
Resource Type
  • Research tool: Software
Priority Area
  • Cell Type
  • Circuit Diagrams
  • Human Neuroscience
  • Integrated Approaches
  • Interventional Tools
  • Monitor Neural Activity
  • Theory & Data Analysis Tools
Summary

R Analysis and Visualization of intracranial EEG (RAVE) is free and open-source software for the analysis of intracranial electroencephalogram (iEEG) data, including data collected using strips and grids (electrocorticography, ECoG) and depth electrodes (stereotactic EEG).

BRAIN Project: MH117529

Name
Samantha White
Contact
Email
samantha.white2@nih.gov
Resource Type
  • Overview
Priority Area
  • Cell Type
  • Circuit Diagrams
  • Human Neuroscience
  • Integrated Approaches
  • Interventional Tools
  • Monitor Neural Activity
  • Theory & Data Analysis Tools
Summary

Our brain is important to help us think, see, speak, feel, and understand the world around us. The BRAIN Initiative funds scientists to explore fundamental questions about the brain. Scientists learn by asking questions - give it a try using this web-based, interactive, educational experience called the BRAIN Explorer