The Brain Simulation Section headed by Professor Petra Ritter is located at the Charité in Berlin. It is one of the leading centers in the field of multimodal brain imaging and multi-scale computational modelling. The unit is hosted by the Dept. of Neurology at the Charité University Medicine Berlin. Charité is one of the largest University Hospitals in Europe with close to 100 different Departments and Institutes and more than 3,700 researchers. It lays claim to several Nobel Prize winners, including Emil von Behring, Robert Koch, and Paul Ehrlich.
The Ontario Neuroinformatics Consortium (ONiC) is a regional alliance focused on developing and promoting neuroinformatics initiatives for Ontario scientists. The group consists of the Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest, the Krembil Centre for Neuroinformatics at CAMH, BrainsCAN at Western University, and the Ontario Brain Institute. ONiC works in tandem with other national partners in the Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform to coordinate national efforts in support of INCF's mandate.
The Allen Institute for Brain Science is a division of the Allen Institute (alleninstitute.org), an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit medical research organization, and is dedicated to accelerating the understanding of how the human brain works in health and disease. Using a big science approach, the Allen Institute generates useful public resources used by researchers and organizations around the globe, drives technological and analytical advances, and discovers fundamental brain properties through integration of experiments, modeling and theory.
The Institute of Health and Analytics (IHA, Director Tong Boon Tang) is a multidisciplinary research institute of Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS located in Seri Iskandar, Malaysia. The core members comprise 26 academic faculty staff of three research groups (ABMMG, SMART and VISI) and one National Centre of Excellence in Neuroimaging (HICoE CISIR).
Launched in 1995, One Mind is a leading international brain and mental health non-profit that is creating a world where those who face brain health challenges can build healthy, productive lives. By incentivizing a collaborative research culture that promotes open science and data sharing, and by convening the brightest minds in brain science and advocacy, One Mind continues to advance their portfolio of program initiatives that focus on accelerating scientific discoveries, scaling the implementation of those discoveries to enhance services, and transforming societal culture.
The University of Washington eScience Institute empowers researchers and students in all fields to answer fundamental questions through the use of large, complex, and noisy data. Established in 2008, the Institute is the hub of data-intensive discovery on the UW campus in Seattle, Washington (USA). The Institute leads a community of innovators in the techniques, technologies, and best practices of data science and the fields that depend on them.
The Institut de Neurosciences des Systèmes (INS, Director Viktor Jirsa, https://ins-amu.fr/) is a multidisciplinary research institute of Inserm and Aix-Marseille University located on La Timone Campus in Marseille, France. Inserm is the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research and its patronage prioritizes the medical orientation of INS research. Members are comprised of academic faculty and clinicians of La Timone Hospital (APHM) institutions, as well as Inserm and CNRS researchers. CNRS is the French National Institute of Scientific Research.
The purpose of the Organization for Computational Neurosciences (OCNS) is to create a scientific and educational forum for students, scientists, other professionals and the general public to learn about, to share, to contribute to, and to advance the state of knowledge in computational neuroscience. Computational neuroscience combines mathematical analyses and computer simulations with experimental neuroscience, to develop a principled understanding of the workings of nervous systems and apply it in a wide range of technologies.
The Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Integrative Brain Function seeks to better understand how the brain interacts with the world by focusing on the brain’s intricate structure and functions that underlie attention, prediction and decision-making.
To achieve this goal, the ARC Centre is facilitating collaborations amongst Australia’s leading brain researchers in the fields of brain anatomy and physiology, neuronal networks, neural circuits, brain systems, human behaviour and neurotechnologies.