The 10th Annual BRAIN Initiative Conference
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OMB#: 0925-0740 Exp. Date 09/30/2025

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The 10th Annual BRAIN Initiative Conference is a hybrid meeting with in-person and virtual access.  Please indicate your participation interest.

The BRAIN Conference is hosting the Early Career Networking Session on the evening of Sunday, June 16. This event is tailored to early career attendees to the BRAIN Initiative Conference, including new assistant professors, postdocs, medical residents, and those in earlier career stages and will include networking opportunities and BRAIN funding information. Please review the Early Career Networking Session Details for additional information .

We are piloting a voluntary BRAIN Initiative Conference Mentor Program at this year's meeting. Please indicate below if you are interested in participating as a Mentor or Mentee. Please review the BRAIN Initiative Conference Mentor Program Details for more information.

  • Mentors/Mentees will be matched and connected via email before the meeting.
  • Mentors/Mentees are encouraged to meet during the BRAIN conference for coffee or a meal. 
  • Mentors/Mentees participating virtually are encouraged to meet virtually (via Zoom or other video meeting platforms).
  • Program selection does not guarantee a match or pilot participation.