The Brown Institute for Brain Science provides funds to support summer undergraduate research experiences, graduate student training, and postdoctoral training. Additionally, BIBS supports interdisciplinary research through the New Frontiers awards, and highly creative research projects through the Innovation fund.
The Brown Institute for Brain Science offers summer undergraduate research experiences in coordination with the Brown University Undergraduate Teaching and Research Award (UTRA) program. The Brown University deadline for Summer UTRA applications is February 5, at 5pm. Each summer, BIBS supports undergraduate summer research awards as funding permits. Applications that are not awarded a BIBS-specific UTRA will still be considered for funding through the University-wide pool of UTRA funding.
The call for applications is now closed and the scientific review is under way.
The Rhode Island Neuroscience Leadership Committee (RINLC), in partnership with the Brown Institute for Brain Science, the Norman Prince Neurosciences Institute, and the George and Anne Ryan Institute for Neuroscience at the University of Rhode Island, announced a call for proposals for a special round of New Frontiers Awards. These awards provide up to $40,000 each to support brain science projects involving scientists from any of the institutions represented on the RINLC: Brown University, University of Rhode Island, Lifespan Hospitals, Care New England Hospitals, and the Providence VA Medical Center.
This call for applications is now closed.
The Brown Institute for Brain Science COBRE Center for Nervous System Function (CNSF) aims to increase the quantity and quality of research on the nervous system in Rhode Island. One means of attaining this goal concerns identifying and nurturing talented young investigators and established investigators who wish to create a new research line. We announce the availability of one 12-month grant of up to $40,000 for research related to nervous system function. We particularly welcome projects that explore the neural basis of attention, decision making learning, memory or other cognitive functions. We aim to enable an investigator to collect preliminary data in support of grant applications for independent external research funding. Pilot project investigators can take advantage of the CNSF community to help guide their science and career development. Pilot project investigators will have access to the CNSF’s Design and Analysis Core and Behavior and Neuroimaging Core to provide expertise for study design and data analysis.
COBRE CNSF projects currently focus on brain mechanisms of attention, learning, and decision making in healthy adults, non-human primates and invertebrates. We welcome project proposals within this focus, but will also consider proposals under the broader area of central nervous system function.
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This funding opportunity is now closed.
The goal of this exciting new multidisciplinary, multi-institutional training program based at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brown University’s School of Engineering and Brown Institute for Brain Science, is to enhance recovery from disabling brain injuries by filling a pressing need for clinician-scientists and neuroengineers trained to leverage the computational neurosciences and to develop and test device-based and other interventions for patients. We seek post-doctoral (MD or MD/PhD) clinician-scientists and post-doctoral (PhD) neuroengineers/computational neuroscientists to train under a multidisciplinary training faculty from anesthesia, biomedical engineering, computational neuroscience, neurology, neurosurgery, physical medicine and rehabilitation, psychiatry, and radiology.
This funding opportunity is closed. We expect a new call for applications in February 2018.
The Brown Institute for Brain Science invites applications for Graduate Awards in Brain Science. These awards recognize outstanding and productive mid- to late-stage Ph.D. candidates conducting brain science-related research in a Brown graduate program. Awards cover full costs for two academic semesters plus one summer. Awards will also provide additional support for meeting travel, workshop registration, or research costs.