A Postdoctoral Scholar position is available in the Keator lab in the Department of Psychiatry & Human Behavior at the University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine campus. The lab is a multi-disciplinary environment focused in three principle domains: (1) Identifying brain-based biomarkers of dementia; (2) The development of advanced machine learning models for problems in neuroimaging and medicine; (3) Developing biomedical informatics tools and techniques for structured data exchange and reproducibility in neuroimaging.
The annual INCF Congress provides a meeting place for researchers in all fields related to neuroinformatics. Join us for keynotes from top neuroscientists, community sessions and poster- and demo sessions.
INCF is proud to announce the official launch of TrainingSpace (TS), an online hub that aims to make neuroscience educational materials more accessible to the global neuroscience community developed in collaboration with INCF, HBP, SfN, FENS, IBRO, CONP, IEEE, BD2K, and iNeuro Initiative.
- The NeuroML project focuses on standard descriptions of neuroscience model components, in the form of development of an XML (eXtensible Markup Language) based description language that provides a common data format for defining and exchanging descriptions of neuronal cell and network models.
INCF is calling for community proposals for Special Interest Group (SIG) and Working Group (WG) meetings to be held in Warsaw on August 31, the day before the Neuroinformatics Congress. The call is open both to new and existing INCF SIGs/WGs.
Neurobot is a clinical study data management tool developed by INCF. CENTER-TBI, a large European project that aims to improve the care for patients with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is the first study using Neurobot and it was customised based on the feedback from researchers in the project.
The INCF Special Interest Group on Neuroimaging Quality Control (niQC) has developed a survey to get a sense of various types of QC/QA that is done in the neuroimaging community.
A new $10-million investment from the Ludmer Family Foundation will establish the Ludmer Centre Heritage Fund and help launch and support a Global Brain Consortium of leading brain research institutions focused on sharing infrastructure, methodologies and results, ultimately accelerating treatment for patients.