Transformations in Translational Neuroscience
FY17 DOD Multiple Sclerosis Research Program and Vision Research Program
Multiple Sclerosis Research Program: Exploration - Hypothesis Development Award, Investigator-Initiated Research Award.
Vision Research Program: Clinical Trial Award, Technology/Therapeutic Development Award
Detailed descriptions of the funding opportunity, evaluation criteria, and submission requirements can be found in the Program Announcements. The Program Announcements are available electronically for downloading from the Grants.gov website (http://www.grants.gov), the CDMRP website (http://cdmrp.army.mil/funding/prgdefault.shtml) and the electronic Biomedical Research Application Portal (eBRAP) (https://eBRAP.org).
NIH: NIDA (R01)
Neuroscience Research on Drug Abuse (R01). The goals of the research areas described in this Neuroscience of Drug Abuse FOA are to understand the neurobiological mechanisms underlying drug abuse and addiction, with special emphasis on changes that occur during chronic drug use, withdrawal and relapse. PA-17-111
NIH: Confirmatory Efficacy Clinical Trials of Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Mental Disorders RFA (R01)
RFA-MH-17-614. The purpose of this FOA is to support confirmatory efficacy testing of non-pharmacological therapeutic and preventive interventions for mental disorders in adults and children through an experimental therapeutics approach. Interventions to be studied include, but are not limited to behavioral, cognitive, interpersonal, and device-based (both invasive/surgically implanted as well as noninvasive/transcranial) approaches, or a combination thereof.
Innovative Research in Child Health Inaugural Lecture Series
Monday, June 19th, 4 PM - 5 PM, Child Health Institute of NJ, Room 3101, 89 French Street, New Brunswick. "Mechanisms of Synaptic Plasticity in Reward, Pain and Neuronal Homeostasis". Edward Ziff, PhD, NYU School of Medicine.
RU-SAS: Psychology Colloquium
RU-SAS: CBN Seminar series
Thursday, July 20th, 12 PM - 1 PM, Nelson D406, Busch campus, Piscataway. "Mechanisms of Spinal Neuromodulation and Plasticity Post Paralysis". V. Reggie Edgerton, PhD, University of California, Los Angeles.
The Third Annual BHI Symposium
Mark your calendars!! The Third Annual Rutgers BHI Symposium will be held on Friday, December 1st, 2017. Keynote speaker- Regina M. Carelli, Ph.D., Stephen B. Baxter Distinguished Professor and Associate Chair, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Carelli is a Rutgers alum who obtained her BA, MS & PhD from the Behavioral Neuroscience Program in the Psychology department. Her research examines how the brain processes information about rewards, and how that information is used to guide goal-directed actions.
Rutgers-Princeton Computational Cognitive Neuropsychiatry meeting
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