The initiative organizes and supports a variety of programs on Emory Campus.
Supported by the Kavli Foundation, The Kavli Brain Forum at Emory and Georgia Tech is designed to promote and catalyze interactions across the computational neuroscience community at Emory and Georgia Tech, and Atlanta more broadly.
Conferences & Symposiums hosted by TMLS are designed to uplift the goals of the initiative for its members and researchers with common interests in building theoretical frameworks for understanding living systems through presentations and discussion-driven panel formats.
A trans-institutional community-based network of graduate students and graduate student educators all working on the physics of living systems.
Supported by an anonymous donor, the weekly journal clubs review classic and recent papers in the field of quantitative biology.
The Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation supports Emory Undergraduate Students to perform intensive yearlong research in computational and cognitive neuroscience with a generous fellowship. Application deadlines are in February.
Emory College of Arts and Science is supporting 2 undergraduate students each year for a yearlong research project and training program in computational neuroscience.
Atlanta Next Gen Neuro is a collaborative group of faculty at Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology, with the mission of developing experimental and theoretical foundations for the next decade of computational and systems neuroscience research, and of growing the community of like-minded researchers in the Atlanta area.