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  • EBRAINS is pleased to announce that Karolinska Institutet (KI) – Sweden's single largest centre of medical academic research – has joined the EBRAINS AISBL as an associate member.

  • EBRAINS is pleased to announce that the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) – one of Europe's top universities – has joined the EBRAINS AISBL as an associate member.

  • EBRAINS is pleased to announce that the Fundación de Investigación HM Hospitales (FiHM) – a non-profit organization in Spain with the objective of leading biomedical research and development – has joined the EBRAINS AISBL as an associate member.

  • The team analysed in detail which parts of the brain changed over time using the Julich Brain Atlas on EBRAINS. The findings suggest that the volumes of certain brain regions decrease over time in a specific pattern that is associated with clinical symptoms and largely coincides with the pattern described in Braak’s famous staging theory.

  • The study demonstrates a method to unravel structure-function relationships by using the multilevel Julich-Brain Atlas on EBRAINS to bridge the different scales of brain organisation. The findings provide insight into the visual, auditory, somatosensory, and motor systems of the brain.

  • The EBRAINS Special Advisor for Neuroinformatics recently sat down with the Harvard Data Science Review to talk about the differences between data sharing policies in the European Union and the United States.

  • EBRAINS is proud to support the AISN project which has been selected for Horizon Europe’s ‘Tackling diseases’ call for proposals. The goal of the project is to develop and validate guidelines for integrating artificial intelligence in healthcare, with a focus on post-stroke rehabilitation.

  • On 9 August 2022, the World Health Organisation (WHO) hosted a webinar to launch its ‘Optimizing brain health across the life course’ position paper. EBRAINS is proud to have contributed to this document which provides a conceptual framework for what brain health is and how brain health can be optimized throughout life.

  • The findings provide new insights into the structural organisation of this complex and multifunctional region of the human neocortex. The newly detected areas are now displayed as 3D probability maps in the Multilevel Human Brain Atlas on EBRAINS.

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