Once again this year, the program will be run jointly with the Institut du Cerveau and the Fondation des Neurosciences de Paris (FNP).
As a reminder, the DIM C-BRAINS international doctoral program is exclusively aimed at students currently enrolled in a master's program outside France.
In addition to a 3-year salary, this competitive regional program offers a scientific bonus, as well as assistance in setting up in the Paris region, supported by the FNP.
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Download the detailed instructions for the DIM C-BRAINS Call for Equipment 2023-2024.
Download the tutorial explaining how to use the platform to submit an application for the Call for Equipment 2023-2024.
The DIM C-BRAINS coordinates the selection of scientific equipment projects from the Ile-de-France community around 3 priority axes in the field of neuroscience and cognitive science, both in human and animal populations.
Priority axis 1: Genomics, human cells, reprogramming and neuro-organoids
Priority axis 2: quantitative approaches to exploring behavior and cognition
Priority axis 3: Neural networks, modeling and artificial intelligence
Structuring project: Organoids and human cells
Structuring project: Human and animal cognition in real and virtual environments
Some information from the downloadable information guide:
The research topics covered by this call for projects must:
As part of this call for projects, the DIM C-BRAINS has a total budget of €2m for equipment, to be divided between the three categories.
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The DIM C-BRAINS aims to boost the attractiveness and visibility of neuroscience and cognitive science in the Paris Region. In this context, C-BRAINS contributes each year to the funding of Scientific Events (SE) focusing on its priority themes. For the 2023-2024 Call for Projects, the events must take place in the Île-de-France region before 31 December 2024 and involve at least two academic teams and/or C-BRAINS partners (associations and/or industry). The SE project may take the form of conferences, symposia, research or training workshops, hackathons or any other innovative form.
The budget allocated by the DIM C-BRAINS will be between €5,000 and €15,000 maximum. However, co-funding is strongly encouraged.
The proposal must be completed online on the DIM C-BRAINS platform before 26 January 2024.
Click here to download the full guidelines for the Call for Scientific Events.
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