fuels new discussions
One research initiative...
...is but the tip of the iceberg
is a snowballing
The Brain Sciences Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Providence, Rhode Island committed to improving methods and tools for diagnosis to treat neurological conditions.
The Brain Sciences Foundation is a multifaceted organization bringing together a wide range of scientific disciplines concerned with the understanding of brain function and dysfunction.
Our multidisciplinary team of fellows provides extensive knowledge of neuronal processes and degeneration at all stages. Recent research initiatives focus on the development of functional brain and neuron interfacing abilities.
The Brain Sciences Foundation is designed to excite discussion and increase the level of integration present in research being conducted by top universities and research groups around the world. In order to raise awareness about brain sciences, we will also work to acquire and distribute the means for those who share our vision in brain research empowering them to develop their research into products and procedures that can help cure brain related dysfunctions. Furthermore, by creating a venue for discussion, we hope to educate the public at large about the impact our research can have on our world and on mental health issues.
All of our collaborating organizations as well as our staff and fellows share our vision to develop several specific fields within brain science, and our drive to not only obtain knowledge, but to share it and to translate it into a form that is usable as a means to improve the quality of life for the public and to help those who suffer from currently incurable conditions.
Our research focuses on several specific areas;
- Cognitive Modeling
- Neural Linguistics
- Artificial Intelligence
- Neurosurgical Development
- Comprehensive Modeling of the Brain
Our collaborators and members are dedicated to ensuring that we find the answers leading to comprehensive understanding of the brain, of the mind, and of cognition.