INCF has launched a seed funding scheme to support use-case driven, international collaborative projects, travels and training efforts.
Next call: More information will be available after December
Grants funded in the 2017 funding cycle
Our aim is to facilitate community work that aligns with INCF’s mission and strategic objectives. Funding will drive forward initiatives that address demonstrable neuroscience use-cases and have strong potential for community support and uptake. INCF will award seed funding approximately twice per year.
Funds are awarded in five main categories:
- Project grants (expected range $2000-$20000) Intended to fund efforts like pilot studies, tool integration, or foundation work to set up a consortium and/or prepare for further grant applications. Also funds development of training material and tutorials. The leader of a funded proposal must be based in one of the 6 Governing Members in the INCF network*, and must commit to sharing products from the final project, such as reports, data, code, and training materials.
- Workshop grants (expected range $2000-$20000) Intended to fund workshops, work group meetings and the like. The leader of a funded proposal must be based in one of the 6 Governing Members in the INCF network*, and must commit to sharing products from the final project, such as reports, data, code, and training materials.
- Travel grants Intended to fund lab visits for collaboration or knowledge exchange, or speaking/teaching engagements. Not intended for merely attending meetings or courses. The person travelling or the person hosting needs to be based in one of the 6 Governing members in the INCF network*
- Development of neuroinformatics curricula (expected range $1000 to $3000). Applicants should develop a Program of Study for either the Bachelor’s or Master’s level of study.
- Course grants (expected range $2000-$20000). Funds may be used to support the inclusion of neuroinformatics lectures in existing courses, support the video recording of existing neuroinformatics-related courses, and support the development of neuroinformatics-related training materials, as well as support the holding of in-person courses and hackathons.
* Australia, Canada, Japan, Malaysia, Norway, and Sweden.
2018 funding cycle for project, travel and training grants
Opens: mid-November, 2017
2017 funding cycle to support the development of training materials for neuroinformatics
Submission deadline: April 30th, 2017
Review period: May 2017
Funding awarded: June 2017
2017 funding cycle for Project and travel grants
Submission deadline: March 16th, 2017
Review period: April 2017
Funding awarded: June 2017
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Funded grants in 2016
Here is the full list of grants funded in the 2016 funding cycle
NB: The 2016 funding cycle did not require the lead applicant to be based in an INCF Governing Member country.