The Neuroscience Network Basel (NNB) is a center of competence of the University of Basel.
It was established in spring 2008 and was acknowledged as a center of competence by the University of Basel in fall 2008. The activities of the former Basel Neuroscience Program, which existed since 1996, were incorporated in the new structure of the NNB.
The overall strategic goal of the NNB is to foster and promote interdisciplinary and translational neuroscience research at the highest level possible. The NNB contributes in establishing a leading role of the University of Basel in central and highly relevant area of modern life sciences.
For this, the NNB sets the following strategic targets:
The objective of the NNB is the coordination, the support and the promotion of research and teaching of Neurosciences at the University of Basel and the affiliated institutes and organizational units. Its central aims are: „Explore function - Understand dysfunction – Improve diagnosis and treatment“. The NNB follows a focused strategy from the bench, to the desk, to healthy populations and to the bedside.
The steering committee includes representatives from each of the participating institutions/organizations:
Statutes of the NNB (PDF download)
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