At the intersection of biology, medicine, physics, math and computer science, NFDI-Neuro is addressing the needs of the large German Neuroscience community and provides unique expertise for the management of – frequently sensitive – research data in computation and data intensive research.
- NFDI Neuroscience is committed to organize and sustain cross-community research data management (RDM) in neuroscience.
- The initiative brings together data collectors, data users and technology providers to develop processes for data management in research with specific emphasis on neuroscience.
- The consortium works to build a community to develop the conceptual and practical basis of research data management for the neurosciences.
The INCF Infrastructure Committee is trying to identify barriers to data sharing and reuse among neuroscience researchers worldwide, with a brief anonymous survey. The results
NFDI-Neuro is proud to announce that the eBRAIN-Health project: “Actionable Multilevel Health Data”, coordinated by our Consortium spokesperson, Prof. Petra Ritter, has been funded with
NFDI Neuroscience Co-Spokesperson Thomas Wachtler contributed to the INCF recommendation on Scientific Data
The INCF Infrastructure Committee’s “Recommendations for repositories and science gateways from a neuroscience perspective” has been published today, May 16, as a Comment in Scientific
The Virtual Research Environment (VRE) is a collaborative project, developed for the research community and with the research community. VRE Community Meetings are organized for members of the research community to discuss their projects and use cases and for the development team to update on new features and development activities.