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The purpose of the Brain and Behavior Institute (BBI) is to maximize existing strengths in neuroscience research, education, and training at the University of Maryland and to elevate campus neuroscience through innovative, multidisciplinary approaches that expand our research portfolio, develop novel tools and approaches, and advance the translation of basic science.

A centralized community of neuroscientists, engineers, computer scientists, mathematicians, physical scientists, cognitive scientists, and humanities scholars, we look to solve some of the most pressing problems related to nervous system function and disease.

NIH grant furthers poststroke recovery research of Marsh, Simon

MEG scans will help determine the neurophysiologic effects of mindfulness training on subacute post-stroke depression and cognition. More »

MPower Seeks Proposals in Neuroscience and Aging, Medicine + AI

The initial deadline for the 2021 MPower Seed Grant Challenge is August 2, 2021. More »

Piece of Mind: Upgrade of Campus MRI to Enhance Brain Imaging

Together with major contributions from the BBI and BSOS, a new Research Instrumentation Fund award will improve the temporal and spatial resolution of MR imaging at UMD and enhance campus neuroscience research. More »

NACS Seminar: Dr. Amy Orsborn

September 10, 2021 10:15 a.m. Online presentation More»

NACS Seminar: Dr. Bob Knight

September 17, 2021 10:15 a.m. Online presentation More»

BBI-Kavli Distinguished Speaker Series: Dr. Nenad Sestan

September 27, 2021 10:00 a.m. 1103 Bioscience Research Building More»