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Psychology WikiResource, wiki, topical portal, database, narrative resource, portal, data or information resourcePsychology wiki is an up-to-date, authoritative statement of knowledge, theory, and practice in the whole field of psychology reflecting generally accepted academic standards. Its intended audience includes health workers, psychologists, and students and has 60,995 pages and 28,303 articles - and growing. You can access articles by following the links in the Foundations and Applied psychology sections, search for a term by entering it into the search box, or simply browse through various categories and subcategories. This centrally consolidated information resource aims to provide a conduit for authoritative information for academic and applied training, and continuing professional development, as well as provide a vehicle for informing the general public about our discipline. We also aim to be a forum for ideas, so on each discussion page we encourage alternative opinion, proposals for hypotheses requiring verification, practitioner reports, user views, etc. We hope to win the support of the national psychology societies, and through them to develop a mechanism of appropriate peer review of all articles and to restrict contributors to those with professional qualifications. This will allow articles to achieve academic status for referencing purpose and eventually ground the content solidly in the knowledge base of the discipline.SCR_010593(Psychology Wiki, RRID:SCR_010593)Last checked upnlx_46725
Wikikidney.orgResource, wiki, narrative resource, topical portal, portal, data or information resourceWikikidney.org is an effort to prevent kidney diseases and achieve better outcomes in those who have end stage renal disease. Our mission is to use this medium to make the public more aware of kidney disease in a sincere effort to prevent it when we can, and to help our colleagues achieve good outcomes in those who already have end stage renal disease. Our role is to provide as much information as possible to patients, professionals and the general public, with the hopes that this education will be a motivating factor in making the necessary changes to prevent or stall chronic kidney disease. After nearly two decades of seeing patients with end stage renal disease, it is apparent that much of what we deal with can be delayed or prevented altogether. Several medical trials and innovations in the last several years have confirmed these observations, and form the basis of this website. A major element in preventing renal illness is simply early detection, and for this one needs education. As the Internet expands and becomes more and more a tool of everyday life, we will have the ability to access and distribute information like no other generation before us. Qualified readers are encouraged to contribute to existing articles and to create articles of their own. Contents * 1 Kidney Resources - NIC * 2 Especially for Patients * 3 General Kidney Resources * 4 Issues in Nephrology * 5 Clinical Wiki Projects * 6 Be an author, editor or reviewer on wikikidney * 7 Clinical Trials * 8 Newsdesk Top Stories * 9 Essential Physician Resources * 10 Organizations * 11 Government Agencies * 12 Vendor and other Sites * 13 Patents * 14 IndexSCR_004288(Wikikidney.org, RRID:SCR_004288)Last checked upnlx_30377
Neuro-CloudResource, wiki, blog, topical portal, software application, narrative resource, book, portal, software resource, mobile app, data or information resourceNeuroscience-related portal that has launched a free textbook project on a wiki that will provide a free, accurate and comprehensive introduction to neuroscience for both educators and students. This is being accomplished through an online collaborative environment where the next generation of neuroscientists - and anyone who would like to help - will have the opportunity to work with colleagues from all over the world. The textbook is provided in three different formats: A downloadable app from the IOS and android market, a downloadable .pdf, and a physical copy that can be ordered at cost. Articles and a blog are also available from the portal.crowdsourcing, textbook, neuroscience, open access publishingSCR_006365(Neuro-Cloud, RRID:SCR_006365)Last checked downnlx_152106
Online Neuroscience Lectures - Maintained by the Kilgard LabResource, video resource, topical portal, portal, slide, data or information resourceList of lectures, slides and videos concerning neuroscience and neurophysiology.neuroscience, neurophysiology, lecture, slide, videoSCR_001397(Online Neuroscience Lectures - Maintained by the Kilgard Lab, RRID:SCR_001397)Last checked upnif-0000-08126
San Diego Supercomputer CenterResource, training service resource, topical portal, service resource, portal, data or information resourceFounded in 1985, the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) enables international science and engineering discoveries through advances in computational science and data-intensive, high-performance computing. SDSC is considered a leader in data-intensive computing, providing resources, services and expertise to the national research community including industry and academia. The mission of SDSC is to extend the reach of scientific accomplishments by providing tools such as high-performance hardware technologies, integrative software technologies, and deep interdisciplinary expertise to these communities. From 1997 to 2004, SDSC extended its leadership in computational science and engineering to form the National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure (NPACI), teaming with approximately 40 university partners around the country. Today, SDSC is an Organized Research Unit of the University of California, San Diego with a staff of talented scientists, software developers, and support personnel. A broad community of scientists, engineers, students, commercial partners, museums, and other facilities work with SDSC to develop cyberinfrastructure-enabled applications to help manage their extreme data needs. Projects run the gamut from creating astrophysics visualization for the American Museum of Natural History, to supporting more than 20,000 users per day to the Protein Data Bank, to performing large-scale, award-winning simulations of the origin of the universe or how a major earthquake would affect densely populated areas such as southern California. Along with these data cyberinfrastructure tools, SDSC also offers users full-time support including code optimization, training, 24-hour help desk services, portal development and a variety of other services. As one of the NSF's first national supercomputer centers, SDSC served as the data-intensive site lead in the agency's TeraGrid program, a multiyear effort to build and deploy the world's first large-scale infrastructure for open scientific research. SDSC currently provides advanced user support and expertise for XSEDE (Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment) the five-year NSF-funded program that succeeded TeraGrid in mid-2011.engineering, bioinformatics, computing, geoinformatics, hardware, industry, science, software, technology, computational science, supercomputing, cyberinfrastructureSCR_001856(San Diego Supercomputer Center, RRID:SCR_001856)University of California at San Diego; California; USA NSFLast checked upnif-0000-10418
Digital Curation CentreResource, training service resource, topical portal, service resource, portal, data or information resourceThe Digital Curation Centre (DCC) is a world-leading centre of expertise in digital information curation with a focus on building capacity, capability and skills for research data management across the UK''s higher education research community. The Digital Curation Centre provides expert advice and practical help to anyone in UK higher education and research wanting to store, manage, protect and share digital research data. The DCC provides access to a range of resources including our popular How-to Guides, case studies and online services. Our training programmes aim to equip researchers and data custodians with the skills they need to manage and share date effectively. We also provide consultancy and support with issues such as policy development and data management planning.SCR_005087(Digital Curation Centre, RRID:SCR_005087)JISCLast checked upnlx_144098
American Institute of StressResource, training service resource, topical portal, service resource, portal, data or information resourceThe mission of AIS is to improve the health of the community by setting the standard of stress management in education, research, clinical care and the workplace. The American Institute of Stress educates medical practitioners, scientists, health care professionals and the public; conducts research; and provides information, training and techniques to prevent human illness related to stress.stress, stress management, mental health, training resource, stress related illnessSCR_005419(American Institute of Stress, RRID:SCR_005419)StressLast checked downnlx_144515
Human Genome Project InformationResource, topical portal, video resource, narrative resource, slide, portal, training material, funding resource, data or information resourceThis resource gives information about the U.S. Human Genome Project, which was was a 13-year effort to to discover all the estimated 20,000-25,000 human genes and make them accessible for further biological study. The primary project goals were to: - identify all the approximately 20,000-25,000 genes in human DNA, - determine the sequences of the 3 billion chemical base pairs that make up human DNA, - store this information in databases, - improve tools for data analysis, - transfer related technologies to the private sector, and - address the ethical, legal, and social issues (ELSI) that may arise from the project. To help achieve these goals, researchers also studied the genetic makeup of several nonhuman organisms. These include the common human gut bacterium Escherichia coli, the fruit fly, and the laboratory mouse. These parallel studies helped to develop technology and interpret human gene function. Sponsors: The DOE Human Genome Program and the NIH National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) together sponsored the U.S. Human Genome Project.escherichia coli, fruit fly, function, gene, genome, genetic, bacterium, base pair, biological, dna, human, mouse, sequenceSCR_013028(Human Genome Project Information, RRID:SCR_013028)National Institutes of Health , United States Department of Energy Last checked downnif-0000-10252
Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition ResearchResource, topical portal, training resource, workshop, portal, postdoctoral program resource, data or information resourceThe KLI is an international center for advanced studies in theoretical biology. Virtual WalkIt supports the articulation, analysis, and integration of biological theories and the exploration of their wider scientific and cultural significance. The institute is located in Altenberg, near Vienna, in the family mansion of the Nobel Laureate Konrad Lorenz, whose work laid the foundation for an evolutionary approach to mind and cognition. The KLI supports theoretical research primarily in the areas of evolutionary developmental biology and evolutionary cognitive science. This is accomplished by providing fellowships for scientific projects of graduate students, postdocs, and visiting scientists. In addition, the KLI organizes lecture series at the University of Vienna and hosts round-table discussions and workshops at the Lorenz mansion. The KLI houses the Konrad Lorenz Archive and it provides an extensive internet database for literature in theoretical biology and related fields. The KLI also runs a small animal facility for selected, empirical projects in evolution and cognition research. The KLI guesthouse provides accommodation for visiting fellows and guests of the institute. Founded in 1990, the KLI is funded by a private trust and receives additional support from the Austrian Ministry of Science and the Province of Lower Austria. The institute has close ties with many of the higher education institutions in Vienna and Lower Austria as well as with a number of international institutions with similar aims. The institute provides a stimulating and creative environment for fellows, visiting scholars, students, and external faculty who wish to work on any of the afore mentioned topics. Through its lecture and seminar series the KLI also offers a platform for the critical public discussion of current themes in the biosciences.evolutionary developmental biology, evolutionary cognitive scienceSCR_004292(Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research, RRID:SCR_004292)Austrian Ministry of Science, private trust, Province of Lower AustriaLast checked upnlx_143669
Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical CenterResource, topical portal, training resource, standard specification, narrative resource, portal, training material, data or information resourceThe Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Centers (MIRECC) were established by Congress with the goal of researching the causes and treatments of mental disorders and using education to put new knowledge into routine clinical practice in the VA. Congress established MIRECCs in October 1996 through Public Law 104-262. There are currently 10 MIRECCs. Each MIRECC focuses on mental illnesses or conditions that are common in Veterans. MIRECCs investigate the causes of mental illness, develop new treatments for mental illness, and evaluate both established and new treatments with the goal of identifying best practices. The MIRECCs also develop educational and training initiatives to implement best practices into the clinical settings of the VA. Each MIRECC works with all the facilities in its network (region) on research, education and clinical initiatives, evaluating services offered to the Veteran and helping the networks implement improved treatments, services, or practices. Several educational products are posted on this site on the Products page. These materials are in the public domain and available for your use. Many MIRECCs have additional materials that can be downloaded from their web sites or are available by request.mental diseaseSCR_006956(Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical Center, RRID:SCR_006956)U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Last checked upnlx_143947
Brain Trauma FoundationResource, topical portal, training resource, standard specification, narrative resource, portal, data or information resourceThe Brain Trauma Foundation (BTF) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving the outcome of traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients worldwide by developing best practices guidelines, quality improvement programs, conducting clinical research, and educating medical professionals and consumers. Our efforts also focus on public education aimed at increasing awareness and understanding of the symptoms of a concussion. Our goal is to better educate coaches, nurses, athletes, parents and all citizens about the importance of recognizing concussions and taking the appropriate steps to ensure people receive appropriate care. Also by educating healthcare professionals on the immediate care for coma patients, we estimate that thousands of lives could be saved each year in the U.S., millions worldwide, and more would be spared life-long disabilities. Research has proven that all brain damage does not occur at the moment of impact but rather evolves over the ensuing hours and days after the initial injury, due to brain swelling and inadequate oxygen and blood flow to the injured brain. In most cases, this secondary damage can be controlled by applying scientific, evidence-based diagnostic and treatment Guidelines, which BTF has developed with medical organizations and physicians with expertise in TBI. BTF offers updated continuing education activities for all levels of health care professionals caring for TBI patients. The online activities include recorded presentations, live web-based lectures, and interactive learning modules based on the latest scientific-evidence. Also available on the BTF Learning Portal is an online version of the EMS course developed in coordination with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Brain Trauma Foundation leads the way in cutting-edge clinical research on Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Improving diagnosis and treatment of TBI requires a focus on clinical research. Our mission is to improve the outcome of TBI patients worldwide. BTF's research spans the spectrum from concussion to coma. BTF is conducting innovative research into the cause diagnosis of concussion. Also, BTF develops Best TBI Practice Guidelines, which when followed can significantly improve a patient's outcome. The Foundation is currently conducting studies and leading consortiums of investigators from multiple universities and disciplines in many TBI research areas that will have immediate impact on patient outcomes.traumatic brain injury, coma, concussion, diagnostics, best practices, research, one mind tbiSCR_000108(Brain Trauma Foundation, RRID:SCR_000108)Last checked upnlx_143730
NSR Physiome ProjectResource, topical portal, training resource, software application, portal, professional program, software resource, simulation software, data or information resourceDatabase of physiological, pharmacological, and pathological information on humans and other organisms and integration through computational modeling. Models include everything from diagrammatic schema, suggesting relationships among elements composing a system, to fully quantitative, computational models describing the behavior of physiological systems and an organism''s response to environmental change. Each mathematical model is an internally self-consistent summary of available information, and thereby defines a working hypothesis about how a system operates. Predictions from such models are subject to test, with new results leading to new models.BR /> A Tool developed for the NSR Physiome project is JSim, an open source, free software. JSim is a Java-based simulation system for building quantitative numeric models and analyzing them with respect to experimental reference data. JSim''s primary focus is in physiology and biomedicine, however its computational engine is quite general and applicable to a wide range of scientific domains. JSim models may intermix ODEs, PDEs, implicit equations, integrals, summations, discrete events and procedural code as appropriate. JSim''s model compiler can automatically insert conversion factors for compatible physical units as well as detect and reject unit unbalanced equations. JSim also imports the SBML and CellML model archival formats. All JSim models are open source. Goals of the Physiome Project: - To develop and database observations of physiological phenomenon and interpret these in terms of mechanism (a fundamentally reductionist goal). - To integrate experimental information into quantitative descriptions of the functioning of humans and other organisms (modern integrative biology glued together via modeling). - To disseminate experimental data and integrative models for teaching and research. - To foster collaboration amongst investigators worldwide, to speed up the discovery of how biological systems work. - To determine the most effective targets (molecules or systems) for therapy, either pharmaceutic or genomic. - To provide information for the design of tissue-engineered, biocompatible implants.physiome, computational modeling, cell, organ, organism, human, model, physiological, pharmacological, pathological, model repository, sbml, cellml, biophysics, biochemistry, database, proteome, jsim simulation analysis system, data analysis tool, parameter optimization tool, integrating biological systemSCR_007379(NSR Physiome Project, RRID:SCR_007379)University of Washington; Seattle; USA NHLBI, NIBIB, NSFLast checked upnif-0000-00532
NTNU Systems BiologyResource, topical portal, training resource, portal, postdoctoral program resource, data or information resourceThe new NTNU Systems Biology website showcases the different systems biology efforts at NTNU. Regular updates on new initiatives and advertisements for new PhD and Postdoc vacancies in systems biology will be posted.SCR_010713(NTNU Systems Biology, RRID:SCR_010713)Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Trondheim; Norway Last checked downnlx_88017http://www.ntnu.edu/nt/systemsbiology
MLRNResource, topical portal, training resource, portal, meeting resource, funding resource, data or information resourceA project of the Mind and Life Institute, fosters multidisciplinary communication about scientific research on meditation and other contemplative practices. It is dedicated to fostering dialog and research at the highest possible level between modern science and the great living contemplative traditions, especially Buddhism. It builds on a deep commitment to the power and value of both of these ways of advancing knowledge and their potential to alleviate suffering. Membership is free, and this loose affiliation of scientists, meditators, and people interested in research promotes opportunities for researchers and meditators to communicate together. All perspectives, scientific fields, and styles of meditation are welcome. The MLRN includes cognitive neuroscientists who skillfully use scientific methods in the study of meditation, meditation scholars interested in scientific interfaces, and people who can help support meditation research. MLRN members are likely to be recruited to serve as advisors, referees, participants, and collaborators in upcoming studies on meditation. The MLRN encompasses a variety of meditation practices, and incorporates both contemplative and scientific approaches. The MLRN includes a low-volume, moderated electronic announcement list. This list maintains a high signal-to-noise ratio by distributing infrequent but important messages to large numbers of recipients. Members of this announcement list receive bibliographic updates on recent publications, announcements of upcoming conferences, calls for papers for special-issue journals and conference symposia, synopses of recent meetings, announcements of relevant email lists, websites, and other resources, and other announcements appropriate for widespread distribution. Sponsors: The Hershey Family Foundation has been patron since 1990. This Institute has received generous financial support from the Fetzer Institute, The Nathan Cummings Foundation, Branco Weiss, Adam Engle, Michael Sautman, Mr. and Mrs. R. Thomas Northcote, Christine Austin, Dennis Perlman, Marilyn and the late Don Gevirtz, Michele Grennon, Klaus Hebben, Joe and Mary Ellyn Sensenbrenner, and Edwin and Adrienne Joseph.buddhism, cognitive neuroscientist, communication, life, meditation, meditator, mind, modern science, multidisciplinary, scientistSCR_001899(MLRN, RRID:SCR_001899)Last checked downnif-0000-10468http://www.mindandlife.org/research-initiatives/mlern1/http://www.mindandlife.org/ml.research.network.html
SBUR - Society for Basic Urologic ResearchResource, topical portal, training resource, portal, meeting resource, community building portal, funding resource, data or information resourceThe Society for Basic Urologic Research (SBUR) is a society of scientists whose expertise includes the study of urologic cancers (prostate, bladder, kidney, testis, penis), the biology of prostate growth, kidney and bladder function, autoimmune urologic diseases, infectious diseases, neuro-urologic diseases, male reproductive biology, infertility and erectile dysfunction. Members include molecular biologists, immunologists, epidemiologists, oncologists, biochemists and clinical urologic scientists. SBUR members serve on a wide variety of advisory panels, study sections, editorial boards and in the pharmaceutical industry. The SBUR organizes two annual meetings to share new findings at a multidisciplinary level, to promote interaction among members and other interested scientists and to highlight new areas of research and funding opportunities. The Society was organized to address the following: * To provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of basic scientific topics related to urology * To develop educational forums concerning scientific advancements related to the field of urology * To promote collaborative investigations among member scientists with an emphasis on the interchange of expertise among clinical and basic scientists * To promote the communication and interests of urologic disease investigators with national funding agencies, industry representatives and academic institutions with regards to urology related research * To serve as a resource for research information and expertise to clinical urologists through the American Urological Associationurology, prostate, bladder, kidney, testis, penis, awardSCR_005856(SBUR - Society for Basic Urologic Research, RRID:SCR_005856)Urologic disease, Urologic cancer, Neuro-urologic disease, Infertility, Erectile dysfunctionLast checked downnlx_149393
American Society of HematologyResource, topical portal, training resource, portal, meeting resource, community building portal, funding resource, data or information resourceThe American Society of Hematology (ASH) is the world''s largest professional society concerned with the causes and treatments of blood disorders. The mission of the Society is to further the understanding, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disorders affecting the blood, bone marrow, and the immunologic, hemostatic and vascular systems, by promoting research, clinical care, education, training, and advocacy in hematology.hematology, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, blood, bone marrow, immunologic system, hemostatic system, vascular system, research, clinical care, education, training, advocacy, grant, awardSCR_006734(American Society of Hematology, RRID:SCR_006734)Blood disease, Blood disorderLast checked upnlx_149394
American Society for MicrobiologyResource, topical portal, training resource, portal, meeting resource, community building portal, data or information resourceThe American Society for Microbiology is the oldest and largest single life science membership organization in the world. Membership has grown from 59 scientists in 1899 to more than 39,000 members today, with more than one third located outside the United States. The members represent 26 disciplines of microbiological specialization plus a division for microbiology educators. Eligibility for Full Membership is open to any person who is interested in microbiology and holds at least a bachelor''s degree or equivalent experience in microbiology or related field. Many members hold advanced degrees, including a large number at the master''s, PhD, ScD, DrPH and MD level. A regularly matriculated student of microbiology or a related field is eligible to become a student member. There are also separate membership categories for postdoctoral fellows and for transitional scientists in the early years of a career. Microbiologists study microbes--bacteria, viruses, rickettsiae, mycoplasma, fungi, algae and protozoa--some of which cause diseases, but many of which contribute to the balance of nature or are otherwise beneficial. Microbiological research includes infectious diseases, recombinant DNA technology, alternative methods of energy production and waste recycling, new sources of food, new drug development, and the etiology of sexually transmitted diseases, among other areas. Microbiology is also concerned with environmental problems and industrial processes. Microbiology boasts some of the most illustrious names in the annals of science--Pasteur, Koch, Fleming, Leeuwenhoek, Lister, Jenner and Salk--and some of the greatest achievements for mankind. Within the 20th century, a third of all Nobel Prizes in Physiology or Medicine have been bestowed upon microbiologists. The mission of the American Society for Microbiology is to advance the microbiological sciences as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well being worldwide. To achieve these goals, ASM will: * Support programs of education, training and public information; * Publish journals and books; convene meetings, workshops and colloquia; * Promote the contributions and promise of the microbiological sciences; * Recognize achievement and distinction among its practitioners; * Set standards of ethical and professional behavior.microbiology, society, virus, bacteria, rickettsiae, mycoplasma, fungus, algae, protozoa, infectious disease, recombinant dna technology, energy production, waste recycling, drug developmentSCR_006551(American Society for Microbiology, RRID:SCR_006551)uses: PublonsLast checked upnlx_151570
British Neuroscience AssociationResource, topical portal, training resource, portal, job resource, data or information resourceThe British Neuroscience Association, formerly known as The Brain Research Association, was officially relaunched in 1997, continuing many of the traditions of the BRA but with a professional and revamped style. Membership has increased dramatically since this time, now standing at 2000, and the BNA has increasingly taken a leading role in major events, such as hosting the Second Forum of European Neuroscience in Brighton in June, 2000. The BNA is the largest body representing all aspects of neuroscience from ion channels to whole animal behaviour. The Aims and Objectives of the Association are as follows: 1. To promote on a multidisciplinary basis the study of the development structure and function of the nervous system in health and disease. 2. To promote the dissemination of information to all those interested in the neurosciences and related disciplines by means of lectures, discussions, meetings and reports from time to time obtained from such researchers. 3. To advise as far as possible on issues in neurosciences related to health and disease. 4. To endeavour to increase public awareness and understanding of neuroscience research in health and disease. 5. To assist in the training of neuroscientists and other professionals engaged in neuroscience teaching and research. The BNA achieves these aims as follows: 1. By hosting a national meeting biennially, by publishing the proceedings of that meeting and distributing them to the scientific community. 2. By organising a number of focussed ''One Day symposia'' during the year, contributing to training courses for young neuroscientists and organising public lectures and events . 3. By regularly distributing information by the BNA Newsletter or by the BNA News E-mail Alert facility that can inform members about other relevant events, publications and topical issues. 4. By encouraging attendance at its own national meeting and those to which it is affiliated by awarding bursaries to students and young postdoctoral workers, and facilitating participation in the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting by offering sponsored abstract forms. 5. By awarding graduate and undergraduate prizes, and special awards to senior neuroscientists and to lay people who have contributed significantly through their own charitable work to the success of our discipline. 6. By constantly negotiating special discount prices of relevant books and journals, and by offering free online access to the European Journal of Neuroscience.The BNA is the fastest growing learned society, now boasting more than 2000 members, a rise of more than 40% since its relaunch as the BNA in 1997 from the former Brain Research Association. In addition to discounted journals and books and other occasional ''special offers'', the benefits of membership now include the following: 1. Reduced registration fees (up to 50%) to the National Meeting, and FREE admission to many events throughout the year including ''One Day Symposia'' and The Christmas Symposium. 2. Regular mailing of BNA Bulletin and other relevant items. 3. Regular BNA and FENs Email Alert service. 4. Student prizes, and bursaries for attendance at BNA, FENS and IBRO meetings. 5. Free on-line access to European Journal of Neuroscience. 6. Concessionary (SFN membership rate) registration fees and sponsored abstract forms for Society for Neuroscience annual meeting. 7. Free advertising in the BNA Bulletin and on the BNA Website. 8. Free (automatic) membership of the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS), the International Brain Research Organisation (IBRO) and the Biosciences Federation (BSF). educational resource; jobs.SCR_007402(British Neuroscience Association, RRID:SCR_007402)Last checked upnif-0000-00460
RMSResource, topical portal, training resource, portal, job resource, data or information resourceIt is at the forefront of new ideas and developments in microscopy and imaging. The RMS is the only truly international microscopical society, drawing distinguished members from all over the world. It also serves the needs of its company members who represent all the major manufacturers and suppliers of microscopes, equipment and services. In addition to this, the Society is pursuing an initiative to encourage young microscope users who may go on to influence microscopy in years to come. The Society is dedicated to advancing science, developing careers and supporting wider understanding of science and microscopy through its Science and Society activities. In support of the above, it publishes The Journal of Microscopy and microscopy handbooks, as well as helping young scientists through bursaries. The Society is incorporated by Royal Charter. Its governing documents are its Charter and By-laws. The most recent AGM minutes, Trustees Report and Accounts are available below - 2007 AGM draft minutes Full 2007 Trustees Report and Accounts - as submitted to the Charity Commission The RMS is a member of: - the Foundation for Science and Technology - the Biosciences Federation - the International Federation of Societies for Microscopy - the European Microscopy Society training opportunities; jobs.SCR_007415(RMS, RRID:SCR_007415)Last checked upnif-0000-00498
Christopher and Dana Reeve FoundationResource, topical portal, training resource, portal, funding resource, data or information resourceThis foundation is dedicated to curing spinal cord injury by funding innovative research, and improving the quality of life for people living with paralysis through grants, information and advocacy.foundation, funding, injury, research, spinal cord, grant, advocacySCR_013550(Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, RRID:SCR_013550)Last checked upnif-0000-00463
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