INCF supports development and provision of training and educational resources in neuroinformatics.
The emergence of data-intensive science creates a demand for neuroscience educators worldwide to deliver neuroinformatics education and training. INCF has developed a new web service, TrainingSpace, linking world-class neuroinformatics training resources, developed both by INCF and by partners, and integrate existing community resources. There are many ways to contribute, and everyone is welcome:; become a BETA tester and get early access to INCF Training Space, or add your resource to increase discoverability. Everyone is welcome!
Become a Beta tester
We invite you to be one of the first to use the site and provide feedback!
Add your resource*
The aim of this site is to provide informatics educational resources for the global neuroscience community and we need your help! Add your resource to increase discoverability and to help others learn or teach.
Report an issue
We're currently in an early stage of development and we know the site still has issues. Help us identifying them. Leave us a comment and tell us what you think. What were doing right, what were doing wrong, or what we're not doing at all.
*Guidelines for contributing your training resource to INCF training space is underway.
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Courses and hackathons
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 has previously offered a two-day short course in neuroinformatics that provide an overview of a wide range of topics by leading experts in the field. Watch videos on YouTube from the short course "Introduction to Neuroinformatics"
Students and teachers from the 2014 INCF short course in Leiden, the Netherlands.
Training and Education Committee (TEC)
The TEC meets biannually to discuss and recommend INCF's strategic direction in relation to training and education activities