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This is a template document to be used for agreements between device manufacturers and academic research institutions to form partnerships for submission of grant applications to the NIH for clinical research. 

This template document can be signed by academic researchers to allow confidential discussions of proprietary details with a given company regarding the capabilities of a device for the conduct of clinical research.

Dr. Francis Collins, Director, National Institutes of Health, announces the inaugural set of NIH BRAIN Initiative grants at a press conference on September 30, 2014. 

Rockefeller University neuroscientist Cori Bargmann, Ph.D., discusses the promise of the BRAIN Initiative to usher in a "new era of exploration" at a press conference announcing the first wave of awards on September 30, 2014. 

Researchers from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute use high-speed light-sheet microscopy to image almost all neurons in the intact larval zebrafish brain at single-cell resolution, capturing activity in the entire brain once every 1.3 s. Source: Nature.

The purpose of this document is to describe the nature of the Public-Private Partnership program and the signatory company's agreement to participate in the program.

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Integrative and Quantitative Approaches to Understanding Circuits

The American Brain Coalition and NIH teamed up to host a BRAIN Initiative webinar for the patient advocacy community featuring Drs. Walter Koroshetz (Director, NINDS) and Joshua Gordon (Director, NIMH).

The objective of the BRAIN Initiative Advanced Postdoctoral Career Transition Award to Promote Diversity (K99/R00) is to enhance biomedical research workforce diversity and foster a strong cohort of new, highly skilled and well trained, NIH-supported, independent investigators from diverse backgrounds working in research areas supported by the BRAIN Initiative, as highlighted in BRAIN 2025: A Scientific Vision. This webinar is intended to assist participants in putting together their application.
Contact: lauren.ullrich@nih.gov

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The objective of the BRAIN Initiative Advanced Postdoctoral Career Transition Award to Promote Diversity (K99/R00) is to enhance biomedical research workforce diversity and foster a strong cohort of new, highly skilled and well trained, NIH-supported, independent investigators from diverse backgrounds working in research areas supported by the BRAIN Initiative, as highlighted in BRAIN 2025: A Scientific Vision. This webinar is intended to assist participants in putting together their application.
Contact: lauren.ullrich@nih.gov