The INCF community currently stretches over four continents. Everyone is welcome to participate!
How to join INCF
Groups and individuals can participate in INCF activities on different levels. Countries or regions can join as a Governing Member with a Governing Node. This requires a financial contribution, as specified in the core documents: INCF Bylaws, Business Plan, and Understanding.
The INCF Governing Members set the agenda for global neuroinformatics through representation on the Governing Board. Together with the CTSI, the Board defines priorities and target areas for global neuroinformatics and shapes INCF initiatives related to standards, interoperability, datasharing and infrastructure for neuroscience, and takes an active role in defining international neuroinformatics training.
Individuals are welcome to join the community online and in person at events that we organize or participate in.
Please contact Head of Development and Communications Helena Ledmyr if you have questions regarding the organization or the process to become a Governing Member INCF.
How to find collaborations within the INCF community
- Specific countries - for collaborations within specific countries, Community Engagement Officer Malin Sandström can put you in touch with INCF's Nodes - they function as hubs for their respective national communities.
- Matchmaking help- looking for a specific skill set for a new project? Contact the INCF Secretariat's Head of Science and Training Mathew Abrams or Community Engagement Officer Malin Sandström for help with individual matchmaking
- Join us on GitHub - many software projects from INCF and our community are on GitHub. Our GitHub organization page is a good starting point.
Who we are
The INCF network consists of countries, regions, organizations, and individual neuroscience researchers who collaborate to advance data reuse and reproducibility in global brain research.