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Brain Canada announces $1.84M EEGNet grant to fuel international collaboration and optimize data sharing for the research community
An open platform for national and international EEG-based collaborative neuroscience research
EEGNet will bring scientists and technical experts together in a centralized platform to combine EEG data and analytics for global health applications, by harmonizing data formats and computational tools used across the Canadian scientific community.
At the core of EEGNet is the development of an open, scalable neuroinformatics hub for the investigation of biomarkers of brain disorders.
EEGNet will leverage the existing technologies of the Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform (CONP), built at the Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital (The Neuro), to share EEG data and tools from coast to coast.
Community-driven EEG tools, workflows and standards will allow earlier detection of abnormalities in developmental and psychiatric disorders, neurodegenerative diseases, and the study of states of consciousness.
EEGNet is a constituent organization of the Global Brain Consortium (GBC), an international neuroscience collaboration focused on EEG-mediated applications in global health.
EEGNet will enable Canadian researchers to contribute expertise to both national and international research applications in a scalable open collaboration hub.