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Emerging Technologies and Training in Neurosciences IRG [ETTN]

The Emerging Technologies and Training in Neurosciences [ETTN] IRG reviews crosscutting neuroscience grant applications that focus either on application of emerging technologies to neuroscience problems or on training in the neurosciences. The scientific areas are broad and would include: genetics, bioengineering, bioinformatics, modeling, simulation, and imaging all in a neuroscience context.
 
A premise of the new IRG and new neurotechnology study sections is that existing regular study sections in bioengineering (BST and SBIB), in neuroscience (BDCN, IFCN, and MDCN), and in genetics (GGG) will not be disrupted and will not be significant sources of applications for the new IRG. The intent is to cluster for better review applications presently reviewed in neuroscience IRG special emphasis panels (SEPs).

Study Sections

 Applications

Research project grant (R01, R21, R15, etc.), Small Business and Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant, and fellowship applications (F31, F32, F33, etc.) are reviewed in the ETTN IRG.