Twelve years ago we formed the Brain Network Recovery Group – Brain NRG. This group of 16 scientists spanned the globe as well as the domains of computational, cognitive and clinical neuroscience, but shared a focus of understanding brain network dynamics and how it relates to recovery of function.
Here, it is important to reflect on the initial work by this consortium, take witness to the great knowledge boundaries that have been broken and the foundational principles of neuroscience that have been unveiled through the collective works of the Brain NRG.
Since the instantiation of this research group, they have pushed the boundaries of scientific exploration of understanding brain function and moreover dysfunction. The amalgamation of this work has significantly impacted the field of brain network dynamics. Through publications, knowledge dissemination events, and true translation research, the Brain NRG has established a large footprint in the way neuroscience research is conducted.
The Brain NRG consortium consists of 16 interdisciplinary researchers from across the world. To find out more about the minds behind the science, visit our Team page that showcases the innovative scientists that have lead the way in the field of brain network dynamics.
The Brain NRG consortium has been predominantly funded by the James S McDonnell Foundation (JSMF). The JSMF was established to "improve the quality of life," and does so by contributing to the generation of new knowledge through its support of research and scholarship.