Highlight project EBRAINS 2.0

EBRAINS (European Brain Research Infrastructures) is an EU-labeled collaborative Research Infrastructure designed to advance neuroscience and brain health. Developed as a legacy of the Human Brain Project, EBRAINS is a digital ecosystem where researchers, clinicians, and experts converge to explore the complexity of the brain at various scales. The EBRAINS 2.0 project aims to establish a new standard for brain atlases, connect foundational multilevel data, and create digital twins through modeling and simulation. With a focus on creating tools, models, and workflows, EBRAINS facilitates research on brain organization, disease mechanisms, and biomarkers. It supports the development of computational disease models, fostering collaboration, and promoting diversity and inclusion in neuroscience. The overarching goal is to deepen the understanding of brain structure and function, leading to advancements in brain medicine, technology, and computing. EBRAINS is contributing to a new era of digital neuroscience and striving for European leadership in the field.

The Medical Informatics Platform (MIP) and the Human Intracerebral EEG Platform (HIP), co-developed and managed by the NeuroDigital team at CHUV, play pivotal roles within EBRAINS 2.0 by providing seamless, integrated, and turn-key solutions for sharing and utilizing sensitive health data at an international scale.



For more information on EBRAINS 2.0 visit  https://www.ebrains.eu/



European Union (https://research-and-innovation.ec.europa.eu/index_en)

Swiss State Secretariate for Education, Research and Innovation SERI (https://www.sbfi.admin.ch/sbfi/en/home.html) 


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