EBRAINS is involved in several national and EU-funded projects as well as in collaboration initiatives with various key stakeholders (research and medical associations, patient bodies, policy initiatives, …).

The Research Infrastructure’s (RI) ambition is to be part of research efforts that foster collaborative brain science and enhance brain research advances. The RI is therefore welcoming any new collaboration proposals that would contribute to translating the latest scientific discoveries into innovation in research, medicine, or industry, for the benefit of patients and society.

If you intend to apply for funding calls, you can find a short summary about how EBRAINS can support you here.

If you have ideas you would like to discuss with EBRAINS, don’t hesitate to contact us at or to complete the form at the bottom of the page.

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European funded projects

  • The EBRA project was created as a catalysing platform for brain research stakeholders (researchers, clinicians, patients, governments, funders and public institutions) to streamline and better co-ordinate brain research across Europe while fostering global initiatives. EBRA aimed at reducing the fragmentation and duplication of research efforts and at fostering synergies through enhanced coordination of brain research efforts at the EU and global level.

  • The end goal of PHRASE is delivering prognosis and intervention protocols for AI-based rehabilitation using a cloud database with information from stroke patients and healthy controls (EBRAINS) that provides an interface, the Virtual Research Environment (VRE) with said patient’s information. VRE is a cloud service that facilitates reproducible online collaboration, emphasizing data integration and simulation that supports realizing a patient specific Brain Network Model (BNM), a computer model for simulating brain activity (Charité).

  • The AISN project will develop and validate operating procedures and guidelines for integrating AI in healthcare, focussing on post-stroke rehabilitation, the leading cause of disease burden in neurological disease. The AISN platform aligns clinical decision-making and intervention delivery with the continuum of care and the patient journey. It builds on platforms for data processing, exploration and interpretation, prognostics and intervention delivery where patients, clinicians and their environment are continuously linked through data and algorithms.

  • The eBRAIN-Health project will deliver a distributed medical research platform for modelling and simulating complex neurobiological phenomena of human brain function and dysfunction in a data protection compliant environment.

  • EBRAINS PREP will allow EBRAINS to evolve from the largely EC-funded, Human Brain Project developed research infrastructure into a sustainable “Hub-and-Node” research infrastructure, on the ESFRI Roadmap with a new organisation framework.

  • The European Health Data Space (EHDS) pilot project (HealthData@EU pilot) has been set up to create and test a first version of the European Health Data Space for secondary use.

  • The TEF-Health project aims to develop a reference testing and experimentation facility for AI-based solutions in the healthcare sector.

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Other collaboration initiatives

  • EBRAINS is an official supporter of the pan-European Mental Health Coalition to support the delivery of improvements to mental health systems laid out in the WHO European Framework for Action on Mental Health 2021-2025 (EFAMH).

If you have ideas you would like to discuss with EBRAINS, don’t hesitate to complete the form.