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Mathematical Neuroscience Prize

Mathematical Neuroscience Prize

Prize Money
100000 USD
Granting Body
Israel Brain Technologies (IBT)

Award Information

Field of research
Neural mechanisms of perception, behavior and thought through the application of mathematical analysis and modeling.
Eligibility
Winners will be selected by a selection committee consisting of previous prize winners. Candidates must be currently active in research and have made outstanding contributions to mathematical neuroscience. No restrictions are placed on a candidate's age, citizenship or country of residence. Up to two prizes of $100,000 will be awarded each year. A single prize can be split between recipients who have contributed to the same accomplishment The right to nominate a candidate is open to everyone, and self-nomination is allowed. No consent of a nominee is required. Nominations must include a CV with publication list, a list of the 5 most important publications, and a 1-page statement of research achievements. Nominations must be submitted by November 30, 2016 to admin@israelbrain.org The winner will be selected in December 2016, and the prize awarded in March 2017.
Age limit
No age
Requirements
Theoretical methods are essential for integrating genetic, molecular, anatomical, and physiological information acquired over a large range of spatial and temporal scales into a unified concept of brain function. The Mathematical Neuroscience Prize honors researchers who have significantly advanced our understanding of the neural mechanisms of perception, behavior and thought through the application of mathematical analysis and modeling.
Next application deadline
2016-11-30
Date of awarding ceremony
2017-03-06

Contact Information

Israel Brain Technologies (IBT)
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Phone
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Email
admin@israelbrain.org
Website
http://israelbrain.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Call-for-Nominations-Mathematical-Neuroscience-Prize-2017.pdf

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