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This Working Group wiki page is created to serve the NIH BRAIN U19 Data Science Consortium.
U19 Data Science Consortium Subgroups
Brain Atlases (archived)
- NIH BRAIN initiative Website
- BRAIN Initiative: Theories, Models and Methods RFA awards
- U19 Slack Channel
- The FAIR Principles for Data Sharing
- Ten Simple Rules for developing Credible Models - see Committee on Credible Practice for Modeling and Simulation in Healthcare
- Protocols.io for posting and using publicly posted protocols
- List of neural data science resources compiled by Josh Vogelstein and Liam Paninski (2018)
U19 Contact PI
|Ripple - hREM, hippocampal Ripple related Episodic Memory|
Towards a Complete Description of the Circuitry Underlying Sharp Wave-Mediated Memory Replay
|brainCOGS - circuits of COGnitive Systems||Carlos Brody||Mechanisms of neural circuit dynamics in working memory anddecision-making|
|MoC3 - Motor Control Circuits, Computation|
Computational and circuit mechanisms underlying motor control
|MSCZ - MultiScale Circuits of Zebrafish|
Sensorimotor processing, decision making, and internal states: towards a realistic multiscale circuit model of the larval zebrafish brain
|FlyLoops - feedback loops of flies|
A Brain Circuit Program for Understanding the Sensorimotor Basis of Behavior
|Sensation - coding, sensation, behavior|
Readout and control of spatiotemporal neuronal codes for behavior
|ABC - Anything But Cortex|
Reverse Engineering the Brain Stem Circuits that Govern Exploratory Behavior
Computational and Circuit Mechanisms Underlying Rapid Learning
Understanding V1 circuit dynamics and computations
|OXT - Oxytocin Group|
Oxytocin Modulation of Neural Circuit Function and Behavior
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