Neuroinformatics is an emerging field of research that comprises the use of modern data-intensive technologies in neuroscience. Its practice requires both broad knowledge of neuroscience as well as substantive competency in data science. The neuroinformatics special interses group at the University of Washington (UW) eScience Institute and the University of Washington Institute for Neuroengineering (UWIN) focuses on neuroinformatics methods and their role in understanding the brain.
During the Fall quarter 2018, we will meet every other week on Tuesday (starting October 2nd) at 1 PM in the Center for Computational Neuroscience, which is located in room G-207 in the Health Sciences Building.
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