European Brain Research Area (EBRA) Call for Clusters launched
The EBRA consortium has launched a Call for Clusters aimed to promote co-operation and exchange between brain research projects and networks, and thus enable or enhance international collaboration and the emergence of development of clusters in all areas of brain research, in line with EBRA’s aim to foster new, and extend existing, transnational research cooperation of European countries, and to support coordination of research efforts.
A cluster is understood as an association of research projects that can be directed towards basic research, clinical research and/or methodological approaches under a common topic, and disease and/or thematic area.
Visit the Call for Clusters page now for further details (including application process and deadlines) and to reach the application form and portal:
The European Brain Research Area project — EBRA — was created as a catalysing platform for brain research stakeholders (researchers, clinicians, patients, governments, funders and public institutions) to streamline and better co-ordinate brain research across Europe while fostering global initiatives. The Human Brain Project (represented by the coordinator EPFL) is one of the partners.
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NOV. 19, 2018
European Brain Research Area (EBRA) Project Launched