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The Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics (KCNI) is offering their second annual in-person project week! During the project week, trainees will learn hands-on techniques for integrating multi-scale neuroscience data. Altogether, up to 30 trainees will join KCNI in person, full-time, to engage with cutting-edge neuroinformatics methods, with support from our KCNI scientists and teaching assistants.
INCF is happy to announce that the CAMH Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics (KCNI) will host a virtual learning week, where KCNI scientists will share their knowledge with learners worldwide through open public webinars.
Call is now open for interested trainees to apply for a position in the third annual collaboration between INCF and MathWorks: MATLAB Community Toolbox Training Projects 2023.
INCF and its Training and Education Council is arranging another instance of the Introductory Course in Neuroinformatics, this time on location at the University of Seattle, Washington, on October 2-4 2023.
- Join us for Assembly, hosted once again on the Gather platform! We are currently looking for speakers for two investigator-led sessions, poster presenters, and of course Assembly registrants.
Do you have a great workshop idea? Let us know! We are inviting all members of the INCF community to submit proposals for workshop themes to be included in the virtual INCF Neuroinformatics Assembly 2023 this autumn.
Our portal is newly stocked with a multitude of resources to researchers who are in need of guidance and knowledge around the fundamentals of data sharing and data management.
A recent paper in Scientific Data describes ASL-BIDS, the extension of BIDS (Brain Imaging Data Structure) for arterial spin labeling. BIDS is a versatile standard for diverse types of neuroimaging data, originating from the INCF Taskforce for Neuroimaging Data Sharing and endorsed by INCF as a standard in 2018.
- Call for community review of 3D BRAIN Microscopy metadata standards (3D-MMS) - deadline February 3, 2023
INCF is asking for your help to review the 3D BRAIN Microscopy metadata standards (3D-MMS) to assess their value as a community standard. Participating is simple; read the INCF SBP committee review report on F1000 and leave your feedback in the comments!
A new preprint describes the BRAIN Initiative Cell Census Network (BICCN), a major five-year effort within the BRAIN initiative that pioneers collaboration based on open and FAIR research practices. The BICCN is committed to implementing practices and technologies to make data and other research products FAIR.