As a brain scientist affiliated with the Carney Institute, you qualify for various research and training opportunities. We have supported early-stage projects through individual awards of up to $100,000 annually, which have generated collaborations and new federal funding. We have supported faculty in grant preparation and management; secured NIH awards to help launch research of early-stage faculty; supported training including fellowships for postdocs, graduate students and undergraduates; and engaged the local community in brain science.
The Carney Institute supports faculty recruitment, and our recruits and affiliated faculty members since 2011 have led projects with more than $116 million in grant funding from federal and other sources. Your work is, therefore, elevated when you say you are associated with one of the best-endowed university brain institutes in the country. If you are interested in becoming affiliated with the Institute, or have faculty-affiliation related questions, contact John Davenport, managing director of the Carney Institute.