Training

INCF supports development and provision of training and educational resources in neuroinformatics.

Development of a new web service: TrainingSpace

The emergence of data-intensive science creates a demand for neuroscience educators worldwide to deliver neuroinformatics education and training. INCF will work to develop an online “hub” linking world-class neuroinformatics training resources, developed both by INCF and by partners, and integrate existing community resources.

We welcome BETA testers to give feedback on the design during the development process. Contact mathew.abrams@incf.org if you are interested.

Short courses

Past courses

Software Carpentry workshop
Washington DC, United States
November 9-10, 2017

IBRO-APRC School on Neuroinformatics and Brain Network Analysis
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
August  2 - 16, 2017

INCF Malaysia Node is arranging a summer course in Kuala Lumpur on August 2-16, just before the 2017 INCF Neuroinformatics Congress, sponsored by IBRO and co-sponsored by INCF. The course will teach advanced techniques in brain functional and structural network/connectivity analysis, including open source pipelines and workflows in neuroimaging analysis.

Graduate students with a trans-disciplinary background in neuroscience, clinical brain sciences, computer science or engineering are welcome to apply. The ideal candidates should possess programming skills (ideally Python), some knowledge of human brain anatomy and function and rudimentary familiarity with MRI neuroimaging modalities. For selected applicants, the costs for return flight, meals, and accommodation in Kuala Lumpur will all be covered.

 

INCF has offered a two-day short course in neuroinformatics that provide an overview of a wide range of topics by leading experts in the field.
 

 

INCF short course participants and teachers

Students and teachers from the 2014 INCF short course in Leiden, the Netherlands.