Funding applications

# Canadian funding
researchnet.ca
NSERC discovery grant: Aug1 notification of intent, Nov 1 application
NSERC CREATE Grant: Collaborative research and trainig experience training. $1.65M for 6 years
Compute Canada: Nov 8
NSERC discovery grant: Aug1 notification of intent, Nov 1 application
NSERC CREATE Grant: Collaborative research and trainig experience training. $1.65M for 6 years
Albertainnovates.ca:
DND/NSERC grant:
NSERC CREATE
NSERC research tools and instruments: 150K (OCT 25)
NSERC training video
CIHR grants (researchnet)
CFI grant
New frontiers in research fund (international, fall 2019). (Exploration Aug 7, Sep 4. $125K/year, 2 years)
New Frontiers Transformation (2019 competition)

# Private funding
Simons foundation: Winter 2020 pilot. $300K for two years. Sep 13. New to autism.
Simons Bridge to independence. $500K for 3 years. LOI due Aug 8 2020.

CZI: https://chanzuckerberg.com/rfa/essential-open-source-software-for-science/ (closed on Aug 1)
250K for 1 year
HHMI
KECK foundation:

# US Grants
Participation by Canadian Researchers in the NIH BRAIN Initiative
Team Grant : Next Generation Networks for Neuroscience (NeuroNex) from CIHR and NSF (2019 Dec 13)

# EU grants
https://www.neuron-eranet.eu/en/196.php
https://www.hfsp.org/funding/hfsp-funding/research-grants (Mar18)

# Neuropixels resources
Neuropixels from cortex lab
https://github.com/cortex-lab/neuropixels/wiki/Equipment_List
https://www.neuropixels.org/

International brain lab
https://github.com/int-brain-lab/iblrig

# Chronic implementation

Neuropixels chronic implantation
https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/406074v1.full

# Chronic surgery
MRI compatible CMOS
https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/8116684
Tim Hanson’s neural sewing machine
https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/578542v1
https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/578542v1
Power of small animal fMRI

https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fphar.2015.00231/full
#Reverse engineering visual intelligence (Jim DiCarlo)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3djQSX1FJ9I
Using goal-driven deep learning models to understand sensory cortex

Figure 1

# Intel Telluride Neuromorphic cognition engineering workshop
3-week hand-on work
https://sites.google.com/view/telluride2019/about-workshop?authuser=0

# MRI compatibility of pacemaker

ok according to Harvard Men’s health watch
MRI safe metals: copper, cobalt-chromium, Titanium, stainless-steel
MRI-compatible flexible probe: SU-8 side protect, polyimide based, titanium as mask for SU-8

Don’t forget to check out http://m8ta.com/ (Tim Hanson’s article collections)

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