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Council for Training, Science and Infrastructure (CTSI)

Council for Training, Science and Infrastructure (CTSI)

The Council for Training, Science and Infrastructure, CTSI, is one of the governing bodies of INCF. It consists of scientific representatives from INCF members. The CTSI serves as the scientific advisory board to the Governing Board and is responsible for coordinating the networks global neuroinformatics activities that guide and oversee the development and endorsement of standards, best practices, ontologies, and other unifying activities that fulfil the mission of INCF.

Country CTSI representative
Canada Jean-Baptiste Poline, McGill University (Chair)
Sweden Jeanette Hellgren Kotaleski, Royal Institute of Technology (Deputy chair)
Canada Kelly Shen, Simon Fraser University
Canada Samir Das, McGill University
Canada Brad Buchsbaum, Baycrest Centre
Canada Paul Pavlidis, University of British Columbia
Canada Shay Neufeld, Inscopix
Denmark Cyril Pernet, NRU University of Copenhagen
France Andrew Davison, CNRS
France Camille Maumet, INRIA
France Lisa Otten, L'Institut des Neurosciences Systèmes
Germany Petra Ritter, The Brain Simulation Section, the Charité
Germany Michael Hanke, INM-7 Jülich Forschungzentrum
Malaysia Ibrahima Faye, University of Teknologi PETRONAS
Norway Jan G Bjaalie, University of Oslo
Norway Gaute Einevoll, Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Republic of Korea Heon Seok, Korean Brain Institute
Sweden Arvind Kumar Laure, Royal Institute of Technology
UK John Pelan, Sainsbury Wellcome Centre
UK Tibor Auer, School of Psychology, University of Surrey, Guildford
USA David Kennedy, NITRC
USA Ariel Rokem eScience Institute, University of Washington
USA Sharmila Venugopal, OCNS
USA Carol Thompson, Allen Institute
USA Vijay Iver, Mathworks
USA Anita Bandrowski, SciCrunch
USA Jeff Grethe, SPARC
USA Aidan Sullivan, MBF Bioscience
USA Jonathan D Cohen, ModECI
USA Mukta Phatak, Alzheimer's Disease Data Initiative
USA Anna Greenwood, Sage Bionetworks
USA Milagros Marin-Alejo, DataJoint
USA Nick Halper, Neuromatch Academy
USA Ben Dichter, CatalystNeuro