SUNY Brain has been designed to maximize interdisciplinary and collaborative neuroscience research across SUNY campuses and facilitate partnerships with academia, industry, and the community.
SUNY Brain will leverage large current investments at multiple SUNY campuses in disciplines such as:
· Neurosciences (molecular to systems to behavior, including psychology)
· Neuroclinical services (neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, anesthesia, neuro-ophthalmology)
· Analytic sciences (mathematics, statistics, physics, computer sciences)
· Technical platforms (engineering, imaging, chemistry, nanotechnology, informatics, artificial intelligence)
Expanding upon the framework of SUNY REACH, the Brain Network will engage a larger group of SUNY campuses to integrate additional system assets. Beyond the support of specific projects, the SUNY Brain seeks to improve connectivity within the SUNY investigator community and to facilitate the development of key technical platforms including informatics, thus strengthening the future ability of SUNY investigators to advance the frontiers of neuroscience research.
Request for Proposal (RFP)
Proposal Cover Sheet
RFP Budget Form
SUNY Brain Network of Excellence Funding FAQ
Brain Summer Scholar Program: Apply here
The RFP has been issued, with a due date for the Letter(s) of Intent (LOI) on February 28, 2014. The Coordinating Committee has been established. The framework of the Brain Summer Scholar Program is in discussion. The program will place talented SUNY STEM undergraduates into neuroscience research laboratories throughout the SUNY system.
Please contact the SUNY Networks of Excellence