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Neuroscience Seed Grant version 2.0 revised on 9/30/09 Page 1 REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS
 

Summary: Neuroscience Seed Grant version 2.0 revised on 9/30/09 Page 1
REQUEST FOR APPLICATIONS
PENN STATE INSTITUTE of the NEUROSCIENCES (PSIN)
PILOT PROJECT GRANTS
Letter of Intent Receipt Date: November 9, 2009
Application Receipt Date: February 15, 2010
A. Background. Advances in our understanding of the brain are leading to new insights into the
ways in which we think and behave, better understanding of the underlying mechanisms of
neural activity and new opportunities to treat devastating neurological diseases that affect all
segments of our population. Penn State University has established a comprehensive
neuroscience institute, the Penn State Institute of the Neurosciences (PSIN) that integrates basic,
translational, computational, clinical and social neuroscience research, education of graduate
students, medical students, postdoctoral fellows and residents, clinical care of patients with
neurological and neurobehavioral diseases and disorders and outreach to local community, state,
regional, national and international organizations.
With the neurosciences established as a priority in the overall strategic vision of PSU, the
leadership of the neuroscience community at PSU is seeking to advance both a short and long
term vision for excellence and continued growth in neuroscience. The goals of the PSIN include:
promoting collaboration and alignment among Campuses, Colleges and Departments and
individual faculty members who are focused on neuroscience research, education and/or

  

Source: Andrews, Anne M. - Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences, Pennsylvania State University

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine