Open message to the European Commission
concerning the Human Brain Project

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Summary: Neuroscience advances our understanding of normal and pathological brain function, offering potentially enormous benefits to society. It is, therefore, critical to Europe. The Human Brain Project (HBP), sponsored by the European Commission (EC), was meant to forward this mission. However, due in great part to its narrow focus, it has been highly controversial and divisive within the European neuroscience community and even within the consortium, resulting in on-going losses of members. The HBP is now scheduled for review and we wish to draw the attention of the EC to these problems. We believe the HBP is not a well conceived or implemented project and that it is ill suited to be the centerpiece of European neuroscience. We are particularly concerned about the plan to tie a substantial portion European member states’ neuroscience funding to the HBP through so-called ‘partnering projects’. We call for the EC to go beyond the strict requirements of the upcoming review, to demand transparency and accountability and, if necessary, change the structure of the HBP’s governance and supervision to correct their shortcomings. Failing that we call for the EC to redirect the HBP funding to smaller investigator-driven neuroscience grants. We stand fully behind a strong and united European neuroscience strategy and we pledge not to seek funding through HBP partnering projects that would compromise that mission.

Official Response by the EC - 18 July 2014 | Press Releases

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Open message to the European Commission concerning the Human Brain Project

July 7, 2014

We the undersigned members of the European neuroscience community are writing to express our concern with the course of the Human Brain Project (HBP). The HBP, and its cousin the U.S. BRAIN Initiative, have the noble goal of making major advances in our understanding of both normal and pathological brain function. Given the potentially enormous benefits to society that would be gained from achieving this goal, it deserves a significant collective investment of our societies’ resources.

However, the HBP has been controversial and divisive within the European neuroscience community from the beginning. Many laboratories refused to join the project when it was first submitted because of its focus on an overly narrow approach, leading to a significant risk that it would fail to meet its goals. Further attrition of members during the ramp-up phase added to this narrowing. 

In June, a Framework Partnership Agreement (FPA) for the second round of funding for the HBP was submitted. This, unfortunately, reflected an even further narrowing of goals and funding allocation, including the removal of an entire neuroscience subproject and the consequent deletion of 18 additional laboratories, as well as further withdrawals and the resignation of one member of the internal scientific advisory board.

A formal review of the HBP is now scheduled to evaluate the success of the project’s ramp-up phase and the plan for the next phase. At stake is funding on the order of 50M€ per year European Commission for the “core project” and 50M€ in “partnering projects” provided largely by the European member states’ funding bodies.

In this context, we wish to express the view that the HBP is not on course and that the European Commission must take a very careful look at both the science and the management of the HBP before it is renewed. We strongly question whether the goals and implementation of the HBP are adequate to form the nucleus of the collaborative effort in Europe that will further our understanding of the brain.

It is stated that the review must address the excellence, impact as well as the quality and efficiency of implementation. We believe that a review will show that there are substantial failures to meet these criteria, especially concerning the quality of the governance demonstrated and the lack of flexibility and openness of the consortium. 

In order to carry out the upcoming review in the most transparent and accountable manner possible, we hold that it should meet the following criteria:

  • The panel should be composed of highly regarded members of the scientific community whose views reflect the diversity of approaches within neuroscience.
  • The review process should be transparent: review panel members identities should be disclosed and the goals, procedures and output of the review process should be public.
  • The panel should be independent: the members of the panel should not be involved in the development of, advocacy for, or governance of the HBP; they should provide a signed disclosure of any significant funding or scientific relationships to the HBP.
  • The EC must by regulation evaluate if the HBP is meeting the core criteria of the FET Flagship Project, including scientific excellence, impact and quality of implementation. We call attention to concerns raised by the sparse community support and systematic loss of HBP partners that appear highly relevant to the FET criteria of:
    • Extent to which the consortium enables fostering complementarities, exploiting synergies, and enhancing the overall outcome of regional, national, European and international research programmes.
    • Quality of the proposed governance and management structure.
    • Openness and flexibility of the consortium.
  • Based on this review, the panel should make binding recommendations concerning the continuation of the HBP as a whole as well as continuation of individual subprojects, including the allocation of resources across subprojects and the possible creation of new subprojects.
  • The panel should be tasked and empowered to create a transparent process for the formulation of the calls for partnering projects and the review of applications for those calls, such that these reflect community input, are coordinated with the core but are independent of the core administration.
  • One or more members of the panel should continue to serve as the core of an external steering committee for the period of the funding under review. These continuing members would need to be fully independent of the project (i.e. receiving no funding).

In the case that the review is not able to secure these objectives, we call for the European Commission and Member States to reallocate the funding currently allocated to the HBP core and partnering projects to broad neuroscience-directed funding to meet the original goals of the HBP—understanding brain function and its effect on society. We strongly support the mechanism of individual investigator-driven grants as a means to provide a much needed investment in European neuroscience research. The European Research Council would provide a well-proven mechanism for allocating such funds.

In the event that the European Commission is unable to adopt these recommendations, we, the undersigned, pledge not to apply for HBP partnering projects and will urge our colleagues to join us in this commitment.

 

 

List of signatories

Principal Investigators / Directors, eligible for HBP funding.

  1. Moshe Abeles. Bar-Ilan University. Israel.
  2. Ad Aertsen. University of Freiburg. Germany.
  3. Silvia Arber. FMI. Switzerland.
  4. Philippe Ascher. University of Paris. France.
  5. Francesco Battaglia. Radboud Universiteit. Netherlands.
  6. Daphne Bavelier, University of Geneva. Switzerland.
  7. Heinz Beck. University of Bonn. Germany.
  8. James Bednar. University of Edinburgh. UK.
  9. Tim Behrens. Oxford University. UK.
  10. Suliann Ben Hamed. ISC Lyon. France.
  11. Benedikt Berninger. University Medical Center Mainz. Germany.
  12. Hugues Berry. INRIA. France.
  13. Matthias Bethge. University of Tuebingen. Germany.
  14. Timothy Bliss. MRC. UK.
  15. Vincent Bonin. NERF. Belgium.
  16. Jan Born. University of Tübingen. Germany.
  17. Axel Borst. MPI. Germany.
  18. Gerard Borst. Erasmus MC Rotterdam. Netherlands.
  19. Michael Brecht. BCCN.Germany.
  20. Nils Brose. MPI. Germany.
  21. Jo Bury. VIB. Belgium.
  22. Matteo Carandini. UCL. UK.
  23. Alan Carleton. University of Geneva. Switzerland.
  24. Pico Caroni. FMI. Switzerland. 
  25. Frederic Chavane. CNRS Marseille. France.
  26. Leonardo Chelazzi. University of Verona. Italy.
  27. Eugenia Chiappe. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal.
  28. Albert Compte. IDIBAPS Barcelona. Spain.
  29. Rui Costa. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal.
  30. Peter Dayan. University College of London. UK.
  31. Alexandre Dayer. University of Geneva. Switzerland.
  32. Gonzalo de Polavieja. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal.
  33. Chris de Zeeuw. Erasmus MC, Rotterdam. Netherlands.
  34. Sophie Deneve. ENS. France.
  35. Winfried Denk. MPIMR Heidelberg. Germany.
  36. Mathew Diamond. SISSA. Italy.
  37. David DiGregorio. Institut Pasteur. France.
  38. Ray Dolan. UCL. UK. 
  39. Rodney Douglas. ETH. Switzerland.
  40. Andreas Draguhn. University of Heidelberg. Germany.
  41. Jean Rene Duhamel. ISC Lyon. France
  42. Thomas Euler. University of Tubingen. Germany.
  43. Karl Farrow. NERF. Belgium.
  44. Julia Fischer. Leibniz Institut fur Primatentforschung. Germany.
  45. Jozsef Fiser. CEU. Hungary.
  46. Tamar Flash. Weizmann Institute. Israel.
  47. Eckhard Friauf. University of Kaiserslautern. Germany.
  48. Rainer Friedrich. FMI. Switzerland.
  49. Pascal Fries. ESI and MPI. Germany.
  50. Chris Frith. UCL. London.
  51. Vittorio Gallese. University of Parma. Italy.
  52. Theo Geisel. MPI. Germany.
  53. Martin Giese. University of Tübingen. Germany.
  54. David Golomb, Ben-Gurion University, Israel.
  55. Lyle Graham. CNRS, U Paris Descartes. France.
  56. Boris Gutkin. ENS. France.
  57. Helmut Haas. University of Dusseldorf. Germany.
  58. Sebastian Haesler. NERF. Belgium.
  59. Richard Hahnloser. ETH. Switzerland.
  60. David Hansel. University of Paris. France.
  61. Riitta Hari. Aalto University. Finland.
  62. Ken Harris. UCL. UK.
  63. Michael Hausser. UCL. UK.
  64. Fritjof Helmchen. University of Zurich. Switzerland.
  65. Moritz Helmstaedter. MPI. Germany.
  66. Matthias Hennig. University of Edinburgh. UK.
  67. Sonja Hofer. University of Basel. Switzerland.
  68. Klaus-Peter Hoffmann. Ruhr University Bochum. Germany.
  69. Daniel Huber. University of Geneva. Switzerland.
  70. Denis Jabaudon. University of Geneva. Switzerland.
  71. Reinhard Jahn. MPIMR. Germany.
  72. Peter Janssen. KU Leuven. Belgium.
  73. Sebastian Jessberger. University of Zurich. Switzerland.
  74. Adam Kampff. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal.
  75. Jason Kerr. Caesar. Germany.
  76. Jozsef Kiss. University of Geneva. Switzerland.
  77. Fabian Kloosterman. NERF. Belgium.
  78. Etienne Koechlin. ENS. France.
  79. Arvind Kumar. University of Freiburg. Germany.
  80. Peter Latham. UCL. UK.
  81. Gilles Laurent. MPI Frankfurt. Germany.
  82. Mate Lengyel. Cambridge University. UK.
  83. Juan Lerma Gomez. Instituto de Neurociencias Alicante. Spain.
  84. Susana Lima. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal.
  85. Nikos Logothetis. MPI Tübingen. Germany.
  86. Matthieu Louis. CRG. Spain.
  87. Heiko Luhmann. University Medical Center Mainz. Germany.
  88. Giuseppe Luppino. University of Parma. Italy.
  89. Andreas Luthi. FMI. Switzerland.
  90. Christian Machens. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal.
  91. Zachary Mainen. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal.
  92. Rafael Malach. Weizmann Institute. Israel.
  93. Miguel Maravall. Instituto de Neurociencias Alicante. Spain.
  94. Troy Margrie. NIMR. UK.
  95. Kevan Martin. ETH. Switzerland.
  96. Guillaume Masson. CNRS Marseille. France.
  97. Gero Miesenboeck. Oxford. UK.
  98. Marta Moita. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal.
  99. Edvard Moser. Kavli Institute. Norway.
  100. May-Britt Moser. Kavli Institute. Norway.
  101. Tom Mrsic-Flogel. University of Basel. Switzerland.
  102. Andreas Neef. MPIMR. Germany.
  103. Israel Nelken. Hebrew University. Israel.
  104. Stephan Neuhauss. University of Zurich. Switzerland.
  105. Andreas Nieder. University of Tübingen. Germany.
  106. Hendrikje Nienborg. University of Tübingen. Germany.
  107. Zoltan Nusser. Institute of Experimental Medicine. Hungary.
  108. Guy Orban. University of Parma. Italy.
  109. Christophe Pallier, CNRS-INSERM, Paris-Saclay, France
  110. Stefano Panzeri. Italian Institute of Technology. Italy.
  111. Rony Paz. Weizmann Institute. Israel.
  112. Barak Pearlmutter. NUI Maynooth. Ireland.
  113. Mathias Pessiglione. ICM. France.
  114. Chris Petkov. Newcastle University. UK.
  115. Leopoldo Petreanu. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal.
  116. Alexandre Pouget. University of Geneva. Switzerland.
  117. Martin Raff. UCL. UK.
  118. Alfonso Renart. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal.
  119. Giacomo Rizzolatti. Università di Parma. Italy.
  120. David Robbe. INMED. France.
  121. Botond Roska. FMI. Switzerland.
  122. Stefan Rotter. University of Freiburg. Germany.
  123. Nava Rubin. ICREA and DTIC, Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Spain.
  124. Simon Rumpel. IMP. Austria.
  125. Matthew Rushworth. University of Oxford. UK.
  126. Stefan Schaal. MPI. Germany.
  127. Andreas Schaefer. NIMR UCL. UK
  128. Peter Scheiffele. University of Basel. Switzerland.
  129. Elad Schneidman. Weizmann Institute. Israel.
  130. Jan Schnupp. University of Oxford. UK.
  131. Bernhard Scholkopf. MPI Tübingen. Germany.
  132. Erin Schuman. MPI Frankfurt. Germany.
  133. Martin Schwab. University of Zurich. Switzerland.
  134. Cornelius Schwarz. University of Tuebingen. Germany.
  135. Sophie Schwartz.University of Geneva.Switzerland.
  136. Peggy Series. University of Edinburgh. UK.
  137. Noam Shemesh. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal.
  138. Oren Shriki. Ben Gurion University. Israel.
  139. Angus Silver. UCL. UK.
  140. Angela Sirigu. ISC Lyon. France.
  141. Haim Sompolinsky. Hebrew University. Israel. 
  142. Walter Stuhmer. MPI. Germany.
  143. German Sumbre. ENS, France.
  144. Alexandre Thiele. Newcastle University. UK.
  145. Peter Thier. University of Tübingen. Germany.
  146. Simon Thorpe. CNRS Toulouse. France.
  147. Alessandro Treves. SISSA. Italy.
  148. Nachum Ulanovsky. Weizmann Institute. Israel.
  149. Wim Vanduffel. KU Leuven. Belgium.
  150. Rufin Vogels. KU Leuven. Belgium.
  151. Patrik Vuilleumier. University of Geneva. Switzerland. 
  152. Felix Wichmann. University of Tuebingen. Germany.
  153. David Willshaw. University of Edinburgh.UK.
  154. Fred Wolf. MPI Göttingen. Germany. 
  155. Daniel Wolpert. Cambridge University. UK.
  156. Emre Yaksi. NERF. Belgium.

The open letter was sent to the EC at 07/07/2014, 00:00. All signatures listed above were received prior to that time and so were included in the letter. The signatures below are listed by time of registration. 

  1. Hugues Berry. INRIA. France
  2. Jason Kerr. caesar. Germany
  3. Aldo Faisal. Imperial College London. United Kingdom
  4. Simon Schultz. Imperial College London. United Kingdom
  5. Nick Franks. Imperial College. United Kingdom
  6. Michael Orger. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  7. Jean-Marc Fritschy. University of Zurich. Switzerland
  8. Daniele Marinazzo. University of Gent. Belgium
  9. Jon Simons. University of Cambridge. United Kingdom
  10. Srdjan Ostojic. ENS Paris. France
  11. Maria Luisa Vasconcelos. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  12. Paul Chadderton. Imperial College London. United Kingdom
  13. Bernd Sutor. University of Munich. Germany
  14. Carlos Ribeiro. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  15. Konrad Kording. Northwestern University. United States
  16. Jochen Staiger. University Medicine Goettinge. Germany
  17. John van Opstal. Radboud University Nijmegen. Netherlands
  18. Stefano Ferraina. Sapienza University . Italy
  19. Robert Dickinson. Imperial College London. United Kingdom
  20. Raffaella Rumiati. SISSA. Italy
  21. Davide Zoccolan. SISSA. Italy
  22. Georg Keller. Friedrich Miescher Institute. Switzerland
  23. David Poeppel. Max-Planck-Institute, NYU. Germany
  24. Claudio Luzzatti. Università di Milano-Bicocca. Italy
  25. Natalie Sebanz. Central European University. Hungary
  26. Guenther Knoblich. Central European University. Hungary
  27. Douglas Steele. University of Dundee. United Kingdom
  28. Giorgio Gilestro. Imperial College London. United Kingdom
  29. Mark Humphries. University of Manchester. United Kingdom
  30. Roger Carpenter. University of Cambridge, Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience. United Kingdom
  31. Richard van Wezel. Radboud University Nijmegen. Netherlands
  32. Stefan Treue. German Primate Center. Germany
  33. Carl van Vreeswijk. CNRS. France
  34. Christian Schnell. Cardiff University. United Kingdom
  35. Yves Trotter. CNRS. France
  36. Arnaud Delorme. CNRS. France
  37. Megan Carey. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  38. Joseph Paton. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  39. Benoît Girard. CNRS & UPMC. France
  40. Detlev Schild. Univ Göttingen. Germany
  41. Henry Kennedy. INSERM. France
  42. Umberto Castiello. University of Padova. Italy
  43. Raul Gainetdinov. Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia. Italy
  44. Loren Looger. Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Janelia Farm Research Campus. United States
  45. Thomas Kreuz. CNR. Italy
  46. David Attwell. UCL. United Kingdom
  47. Chiara Begliomini. Dept. General Psychology, University of Padova. Italy
  48. Charles Capaday. Paris V. France
  49. Laszlo Negyessy. Wigner RCP, Hungarian Academy of Sciences . Hungary
  50. Irini Skaliora. Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens. Greece
  51. Pascal Belin. Aix-Marseille University. France
  52. Sara A Solla. Northwestern University. United States
  53. Catherine Tallon-Baudry. Ecole Normale Supérieure. France
  54. Michael Gutnick. The Hebrew University. Israel
  55. Andras Lakatos. University of Cambridge. United Kingdom
  56. Dante Chialvo. CONICET. Argentina
  57. Bence Ölveczky. Harvard University. United States
  58. Andrew Straw. IMP. Austria
  59. Lyle Long. Penn State Univ.. United States
  60. Stephen Eglen. University of Cambridge. United Kingdom
  61. Tansu Celikel. Radboud University Nijmegan. Netherlands
  62. Igor Kagan. German Primate Center. Germany
  63. Daniel Bendor. UCL. United Kingdom
  64. Richard Born. Harvard Medical School. United States
  65. Gasper Tkacik. IST Austria. Austria
  66. Maneesh Sahani. UCL. United Kingdom
  67. Vikram Chib. Johns Hopkins University. United States
  68. Rava Azeredo da Silveira. Ecole Normale Supérieure. France
  69. Hakwan Lau. UCLA. United States
  70. Zoltan Toroczkai. University of Notre Dame. United States
  71. Emmanuel Procyk. CNRS. France
  72. John Huguenard. Stanford University. United States
  73. Stephen Coombes. University of Nottingham. United Kingdom
  74. Leon Lagnado. University of Sussex. United Kingdom
  75. Duje Tadin. University of Rochester. United States
  76. Jean-Pierre Nadal. CNRS & EHESS. France
  77. Masahito Yamagata. Harvard University. United States
  78. Nathaniel Daw. New York University. United States
  79. Philippe Millet. University of Geneva. Switzerland
  80. Andreas Roepstorff. Aarhus University. Denmark
  81. André Mouraux. Université catholique de Louvain. Belgium
  82. Herc Neves. Uppsala University. Sweden
  83. Roberto Colom. UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE MADRID. Spain
  84. Walter Paulus. Herr. Germany
  85. Ryota Kanai. University of Sussex. United Kingdom
  86. Boris Chagnaud. LMU Munich. Germany
  87. Laurent Cohen. ICM. France
  88. Roberto Livi. University of Florence. Italy
  89. Alessandro Villa. University of Lausanne. Switzerland
  90. Alessandro Torcini. Istituto dei Sistemi Complessi, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche. Italy
  91. Leszek Kaczmarek . Nencki Institute. Poland
  92. Jordi Garcia-Ojalvo. Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Spain
  93. yehezkel ben-ari. iNSERM. France
  94. Oliver Schlüter. European Neuroscience Institute. Germany
  95. Oscar Marin. King's College London. United Kingdom
  96. Bert Kappen. Radboud University. Netherlands
  97. Mark Hübener. MPI. Germany
  98. Marcus Kaiser. Newcastle University. United Kingdom
  99. Giovanni Galizia. Universität Konstanz. Germany
  100. Antony Morland. University of York. United Kingdom
  101. Tim Gollisch. University Medical Center Göttingen. Germany
  102. Dori Derdikman. Technion. Israel
  103. Alex Wade. University of York. United Kingdom
  104. Rosalina Fonseca. Gulbenkian Institute of Science. Portugal
  105. Wim Melis. University of Greenwich. United Kingdom
  106. Brent Doiron. University of Pittsburgh. United States
  107. Bernd Porr. University of Glasgow. United Kingdom
  108. Dave Langers. University of Nottingham. United Kingdom
  109. Vincent Torre. SISSA. Italy
  110. Daniele Zullino. University Geneva. Switzerland
  111. Joost Dessing. Queen's University Belfast. United Kingdom
  112. Boris B. Quednow. University of Zurich. Switzerland
  113. Molly Crockett. University of Oxford. United Kingdom
  114. Evelyne Sernagor. Newcastle university. United Kingdom
  115. Bertram Gerber. Leibniz Institute of Neurobiology. Germany
  116. Claire Wyart. Inserm/ICM. France
  117. Jaime de la Rocha. IDIBAPS. Spain
  118. Stephen Brickley. Imperial College London. United Kingdom
  119. Eva Bonda. NeuroAIsthesis. France
  120. Marc Toussaint. University of Stuttgart. Germany
  121. Emilio Palomares. ICIQ. Spain
  122. Yael Niv. Princeton university. United States
  123. David Brown. UCL. United Kingdom
  124. Maria-Magdolna Ercsey-Ravasz. Babes-Bolyai University. Romania
  125. Rosario Sanchez Pernaute. Inbiomed Foundation. Spain
  126. Kenneth Knoblauch. Inserm U846, Stem Cell and Brain Research Institute. France
  127. Michael Nitsche. University Medical Center, Goettingen. Germany
  128. Christian Plewnia. Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University of Tübingen. Germany
  129. David Omer. MPI. Germany
  130. Simon Baumann. Newcastle University. United Kingdom
  131. Hugo van den Berg. Warwick University. United Kingdom
  132. Matt Smear. University of Oregon. United States
  133. Lionel Naccache. ICM. France
  134. William Harris. University of Cambridge. United Kingdom
  135. Matthias Kaschube. FIAS. Germany
  136. Peter beim Graben. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Germany
  137. Wolfger von der Behrens. University and ETH Zurich. Switzerland
  138. Peter Roberts. University of Bristol. United Kingdom
  139. Nouchine Hadjikhani. Harvard University. United States
  140. Regina Dahlhaus. FAU. Germany
  141. Bernard Scott. Center for Sociocybernetics Research,Bonn. United Kingdom
  142. Michele Guerra. University of Parma. Italy
  143. Petko Kiriazov. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Bulgaria
  144. Serafim Rodrigues. Plymouth University. United Kingdom
  145. Menno Witter. Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Norway
  146. Carsten Mehring. University of Freiburg. Germany
  147. Stefan Kiebel. TU Dresden. Germany
  148. John Wood. UCL. United Kingdom
  149. Marc Spehr. RWTH Aachen University. Germany
  150. Timothy Verstynen. Carnegie Mellon University. United States
  151. Frank Kirchhoff. University of Saarland. Germany
  152. Georg Nagel. Univ. Wuerzburg. Germany
  153. Gaia Novarino. IST Austria. Austria
  154. Peter Kirsch. University of Heidelberg. Germany
  155. Jan Benda. University Tuebingen. Germany
  156. Klaas Enno Stephan. University of Zurich & ETH Zurich. Switzerland
  157. Luis Miguel Martinez. Instituto de Neurociencias de Alicante. Spain
  158. Judit Makara. IEM. Hungary
  159. Ludovic Righetti. MPI. Germany
  160. Maria José Rodrigo. University of La laguna. Spain
  161. Manuel de Vega. University of La Laguna. Spain
  162. Boris Kotchoubey. University of Tübingen. Germany
  163. Manuela Piazza. Inserm. France
  164. Javier Diaz-Nido. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. Spain
  165. Robert Hindges. Kings College London. United Kingdom
  166. Antonio Rangel. Caltech. United States
  167. José M. Delgado-García. Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Spain
  168. Wolfram Schultz. University of Cambridge. United Kingdom
  169. Manuel Pastor. Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Spain
  170. Albert Costa. ICREA- Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Spain
  171. Núria Sebastián Gallés. Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Spain
  172. Jonas Obleser. Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences. Germany
  173. Philipp Kanske. Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences. Germany
  174. Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz. INSERM. France
  175. Olivier Coulon. CNRS. France
  176. Ernst Fehr. University of Zurich. Switzerland
  177. Dierk Reiff. University Freiburg. Germany
  178. Hilke Plassmann. ENS / INSEAD. France
  179. Anton Sirota. Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München. Germany
  180. Alon Korngreen. Bar-Ilan University. Israel
  181. Izhar Bar-Gad. Bar-Ilan University. Israel
  182. Dieter Swandulla. university of bonn. Germany
  183. Agnès Gruart. Pablo de Olavide University. Spain
  184. Antoni Valero-Cabré. CNRS UMR 7225 - ICM. France
  185. Lars Nyberg. Umeå University. Sweden
  186. Joachim Funke. Departm. of Psychology, Heidelberg University. Germany
  187. Jonathan Bradley. INSERM. France
  188. Thierry Pozzo. INSERM. France
  189. Veronica Egger. Regensburg University. Germany
  190. Michael Hörner. European Neuroscience Institute Göttingen. Germany
  191. Laurent Lescaudron . Universty of Nantes. France
  192. Giacomo Indiveri. University of Zurich and ETH Zurich. Switzerland
  193. Mario Gomes-Pereira. INSERM. France
  194. Julien Lefèvre. Aix-Marseille Université. France
  195. Eberhard von Goldammer. FH Dortmund. Germany
  196. Roger Traub. IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. United States
  197. Rosa Cossart. INSERM. France
  198. Kobi Rosenblum. University of Haifa. Israel
  199. andrea burgalossi. University of Tübingen. Germany
  200. Uwe Straehle. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology . Germany
  201. Vasco Galhardo. Fac Medicina - Universidade do Porto. Portugal
  202. Charles Gray. Montana State University. United States
  203. Heinrich Betz. Max-Planck Institute. Germany
  204. Orly Reiner. Weizmann Institute of Science. Israel
  205. Stephen Jackson. Univerity of Nottinghm. United Kingdom
  206. Bjoern Andres. MPI Informatics. Germany
  207. Matthias Munk. MPI. Germany
  208. Detlef Wegener. University of Bremen. Germany
  209. Yves Moreau. University of Leuven. Belgium
  210. Zoltan Nadasdy. Eotvos Lorand University, NeuroTexas Institute, University of Texas. Hungary
  211. Merlin Lange. RIKEN. Japan
  212. Wolfram Kawohl. University of Zurich. Switzerland
  213. Arthur Leblois. CNRS. France
  214. Béchir Jarraya. NeuroSpin. France
  215. Wilfried Kunde. University of Wuerzburg. Germany
  216. Carlos Gómez-Ariza. Universidad de Jaen. Spain
  217. Paul Dean. Univeristy of Sheffield. United Kingdom
  218. Boris Velichkovsky. Technical University Dresden, TUD. Germany
  219. Magor Lorincz. University of Szeged. Hungary
  220. Steffen Scholpp. Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. Germany
  221. Floris de Lange. Radboud University Nijmegen. Netherlands
  222. Peter Redgrave. University of Sheffield. United Kingdom
  223. Luis Carretie. Laboratorio de Neurociencia cognitiva y afectiva, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Spain
  224. Hans Scherberger. University of Göttingen. Germany
  225. Stephan van Gils. University of Twwente. Netherlands
  226. Tony Prescott. University of Sheffield. United Kingdom
  227. Herbert Jaeger. Jacobs University Bremen. Germany
  228. Erwan Bezard. Institute of Neurodegenerative Diseases. France
  229. Yael Amitai. Ben-Gurion University. Israel
  230. Wim Crusio. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. France
  231. Xurxo Mariño. University of A Coruña. Spain
  232. Ilan Lampl. Weizmann Institut. Israel
  233. Jean Petitot. CAMS-EHESS. France
  234. Martial Van der Linden. University of Geneva. Switzerland
  235. Benedetto De Martino. Cambridge University . United Kingdom
  236. Inna Slutsky. Tel Aviv University. Israel
  237. Yuri Alexandrov. Institute of psychology RAS. Russia
  238. Lukasz Kaczmarek. Adam Mickiewicz University. Poland
  239. Marco Schieppati. University of Pavia. Italy
  240. Stéphane Viollet. CNRS - Aix Marseile University. France
  241. Franck RUFFIER. CNRS, Aix-Marseille University. France
  242. Jonathan Roiser. UCL. United Kingdom
  243. Antonio Javier Pons Rivero. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Spain
  244. Elena Amenedo. University of Santiago de Compostela. Spain
  245. David Holcman. Ecole Normale Superieure. France
  246. Quentin Huys. University of Zurich and ETH Zurich. Switzerland
  247. ronald oosting. utrecht university. Netherlands
  248. Wim Fias. Ghent University. Belgium
  249. Valentin Wyart. Inserm / Ecole Normale Superieure. France
  250. Etienne Herzog. CNRS. France
  251. Gordon Pipa. University Osnabrück. Germany
  252. Kae Nakamura. Kansai Medical University. Japan
  253. Javier Cudeiro. University of A Coruña. Spain
  254. Fabio Simoes de Souza. Institute of Molecular Medicine. Portugal
  255. Kenneth Miller. Columbia University. United States
  256. Ben Seymour. University of Cambridge. United Kingdom
  257. Barry Dickson. HHMI. United States
  258. JP hugnot. inserm. France
  259. David Gall. Université Libre de Bruxelles. Belgium
  260. Raymond Barfield. Duke University. United States
  261. Herwig Baier. Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology. Germany
  262. Simon Knuijver. KHI. Germany
  263. Ned Jenkinson. University of Oxford. United Kingdom
  264. Elvira De Leonibus. Telethon Institute of Genetics and Medicine. Italy
  265. Peter Detwiler. University of Washington. United States
  266. Michele Studer. INSERM. France
  267. Bernhard Hommel. Leiden University. Netherlands
  268. Raul Rojas. Freie Universitaet Berlin. Germany
  269. Niels Christian Danbolt. University of Oslo. Norway
  270. Christian Rosenmund. Charite Medical School Berlin. Germany
  271. Peter Bossaerts. University of Utah. United States
  272. Nathan Dascal. Tel Aviv University. Israel
  273. David Keays. Institute for Molecular Pathology. Austria
  274. Daniel Lederer. Milestone Institute. Hungary
  275. Dominique de Quervain. University of Basel, Division of Cognitive Neuroscience. Switzerland
  276. Pierre PICA. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. France
  277. Xavier Golay. UCL - University College London. United Kingdom
  278. Georges Otte. BVBA. Belgium
  279. Vincenzo De Paola. Imperial College London. United Kingdom
  280. Mark Elliott. National University of Ireland Galway. Ireland
  281. Jafri Malin Abdullah. Center for Neuroscience Services and Research,Universiti Sains Malaysia. Malaysia
  282. Pablo Varona. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. Spain
  283. Manfred Fahle. Center for Cognitive Research, Bremen University. Germany
  284. Frank Pasemann. University of Osnabrueck. Germany
  285. Flavia Valtorta. SAn Raffaele Scientific Institute. Italy
  286. Henning Stahlberg. University of Basel. Switzerland
  287. Frank Pfrieger. CNRS. France
  288. Duncan Pedersen. Douglas Institute - McGill University. Canada
  289. Marco Canepari. Inserm. France
  290. Brian Moore. University of Cambridge. United Kingdom
  291. Tania Singer. Max Planck Institut for Cognitive and Brain Research. Germany
  292. paolo manzelli. EGOCREANET NGO in R&D c/o Busibess Incubator Unversity of Florence Italy. Italy
  293. Daniel Adams. CIMeC, University of Trento.. Italy
  294. Marco Sassoe. University of Torino. Italy
  295. Dario Protti. University of Sydney. Australia
  296. Michael Harvey. Vanderbilt University. United States
  297. Angel Fernandez. Universidad de Salamanca. Spain
  298. Dominique Martinez. CNRS. France
  299. Andrew Parker. University of Oxford. United Kingdom
  300. Jon Pierce-Shinomura. University of Texas at Austin. United States
  301. Gregor Majdic. University of Ljubljana. Slovenia
  302. Francisco Javier Gil-Bea. CIMA. Spain
  303. Juan Lupiáñez. Universidad de Granada. Spain
  304. Sarah-Jayne Blakemore. UCL. United Kingdom
  305. Andreas W. SCHIESSER. Universität. Austria
  306. David Ferster. Northwestern University. United States
  307. Ingo Fischer. IFISC (UIB-CSIC). Spain
  308. Laurent Larger. FEMTO-ST / Optics. France
  309. Gaelle Desbordes. Harvard Medical School. United States
  310. Juan Burrone. King's College London. United Kingdom
  311. jean-claude baron. inserm. France
  312. Nick Barraclough. University of York. United Kingdom
  313. Vincent Hayward. Université Pierre et Marie Curie. France
  314. Georgy Koentges. University of Warwick. United Kingdom
  315. Thierry Viéville. Inria. France
  316. Mark Churchland. Columbia University. United States
  317. Sean O Nuallain. uoi. United States
  318. Richard Henson. MRC. United Kingdom
  319. Nathan Tublitz. University of Oregon. United States
  320. Marc Ernst. Bielefeld Universität. Germany
  321. Mykola Rabchevskiy. Gnosis Engineering. United States
  322. Fekrije Selimi. CNRS UMR7241. France
  323. Martin Lotze. University of Greifswaöd. Germany
  324. Ana Sebastião. University of Lisbon. Portugal
  325. Jakob von Engelhardt. DZNE. Germany

List of supporters

  1. Sofie Valk. MPI. Germany
  2. Alex Gomez-Marin. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  3. Cyrille Rossant. UCL. United Kingdom
  4. Wouter De Baene. Ghent University. Belgium
  5. Jan Zimmermann. Maastricht University. Netherlands
  6. Martina Wicklein. Imperial College London. United Kingdom
  7. Marc van Wanrooij. Radboud University Nijmegen. Netherlands
  8. Tomas Ros. University of Geneva. Switzerland
  9. Pierre-Alexandre Klein. Université catholique de Louvain. Belgium
  10. Federica Bianca Rosselli. SISSA. Italy
  11. George Dimitriadis. Radboud University. Netherlands
  12. Sina Tafazoli. SISSA. Italy
  13. Rainer Engelken. MPI DS. Germany
  14. Ahmed El Hady. Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry. Germany
  15. Ivan Raikov. Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology. Japan
  16. Dirk Kamin. MPI. Germany
  17. Job van den Hurk. KU Leuven. Belgium
  18. Egemen Konu. University of Nottingham. United Kingdom
  19. Ronald Garduno. University of New Mexico. United States
  20. Miguel Coelho. Movimento ao Serviço da Vida. Portugal
  21. Gagan Sidhu. N/A. Canada
  22. Marco Guenza. Università degli Studi di Torino. Italy
  23. Hilary King. Retired ENAIP. United Kingdom
  24. Anna Kuppuswamy. UCL. United Kingdom
  25. Vahid Esmaeili. SISSA. Italy
  26. Alessandro Di Filippo. SISSA. Italy
  27. Timothy O'Leary. Brandeis University. United States
  28. Sofia Soares. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  29. Ana Vasconcelos. HSM-CHLN. Portugal
  30. Rosa Garcia-Verdugo. MPI. Germany
  31. Gil Costa. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  32. Francois Genoud. University of Vienna. Austria
  33. Aman Saleem. UCL. United Kingdom
  34. Catarina Seabra. University of Porto. Portugal
  35. Jens Kremkow. State University of New York College of Optometry . United States
  36. Hans-Peter Frey. Columbia University. United States
  37. Michael P. I. Becker. University of Muenster. Germany
  38. Ulrich Leischner. Leibniz-Institute of Photonic Technologies. Germany
  39. Shervin Safavi. MPI Tübingen. Germany
  40. Catarina Carona. I3S. Portugal
  41. Simion Pruna. Institute "Prof. N. Paulescu". Romania
  42. Tod Thiele. Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology. Germany
  43. Tomas Hromadka. Slovak Academy of Sciences. Slovakia
  44. Curtis Moshay. SynergyED™.org. United States
  45. Taha Yasseri. University of Oxford. United Kingdom
  46. David Brito. University of Coimbra. Portugal
  47. Duda Kvitsiani. Cold Spring Harbor Labs. United States
  48. Laurence Hunt. UCL. United Kingdom
  49. Claudia Freire. Universidad A Coruna . Spain
  50. Mir-Shahram Safari. Brain Science Institute, RIKEN. Japan
  51. Michael Bale. Instituto de Neurociencias Alicante UMH-CSIC. Spain
  52. Louis-Marie Plumel. Idiap Research Institute. Switzerland
  53. Kanchana Pandian. Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. India
  54. Hugo Cook. DePaul University. United States
  55. Robert Hickman. Institute of Molecular Biology. Austria
  56. Flor Kusnir. University of Glasgow. United Kingdom
  57. Fabian Sinz. University Tuebingen. Germany
  58. Alexander Attinger. FMI. Switzerland
  59. Thomas Wiecki. Brown University. United States
  60. Marco Manca. SCImPULSE Foundation. Switzerland
  61. Rob Campbell. University of Basel. Switzerland
  62. Stijn Michielse. Maastricht University. Netherlands
  63. maysam oladazimi. Center of integrative neuroscience . Germany
  64. Izumi Fukunaga. NIMR. United Kingdom
  65. Theofanis Panagiotaropoulos. Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics. Germany
  66. Peter Smittenaar. UCL. United Kingdom
  67. Robert van Beers. VU University Amsterdam. Netherlands
  68. Ho Ko. University College London, Chinese University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong
  69. Miloud Hadj Achour. IUSTI. France
  70. Alia Benali. University of Tuebingen. Germany.. Germany
  71. Diogo Trigo. King's College London. United Kingdom
  72. Dennis Goldschmidt. ETH/University of Zurich. Switzerland
  73. Alexander Ecker. University of Tübingen. Germany
  74. Garikoitz Azkona. University of Barcelona. Spain
  75. Maria-Rosario Luquin. University of Navarra . Spain
  76. Benoit Scherrer. Harvard Medical School. United States
  77. Claudia Feierstein. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  78. Raiko Stephan. FMI. Switzerland
  79. Caitlin Johnston. Arizona State University. United States
  80. Torsten Fregin. AWI. Germany
  81. Marco Pelizzone. University of Geneva. Switzerland
  82. Marco Lanzilotto. University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Italy
  83. Leon Fonville. King's College London. United Kingdom
  84. Peter Bremen. Radboud University. Netherlands
  85. Nicolas canil. maison de Lauberiviere. Canada
  86. Cyril Monier. CNRS. France
  87. Alessandra Lintas. University of Lausanne. Switzerland
  88. Dongsung Huh. Gatsby Computational Neuroscience Unit, UCL. United Kingdom
  89. Emmanuel Klinger. MPI. Germany
  90. Manuel Berning. MPI. Germany
  91. teresa gimenez barbat. tercera cultura. Spain
  92. Daniela Martínez de la Mora. Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Spain
  93. Gerhard Franz Walter. International Neuroscience Institute (INI). Germany
  94. Vishal Kapoor. MPI Tübingen. Germany.. Germany
  95. Shawn Mikula. MPI. Germany
  96. naomi middelmann. private citizen. Switzerland
  97. Ines de Vega. Ludwig Maximilian University Munich. Germany
  98. Julian Anslinger. Freelancer. Austria
  99. Patrick Becker. Humboldt-University, Berlin. Germany
  100. Steven Rose. Open University. United Kingdom
  101. Ahmed Hisham Gardoh. Radboud university Nijmegen. Netherlands
  102. Romain Franconville. Janelia Farm Research Campus (HHMI). United States
  103. Jonny Kohl. Harvard University. United States
  104. Alejandro Restrepo. Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Colombia
  105. Urs Köster. UC Berkeley. United States
  106. Heliodoro Ruiperez. Retired. Spain
  107. Helga Müller. Stadtschulrat für Wien. Austria
  108. Robert Bauer. Translational Neurosurgery. Germany
  109. Friedrich Johenning. Charité University Medicine Berlin. Germany
  110. Christine Tardif. Max-Planck-Institute for Human Brain and Cognitive Sciences. Germany
  111. Christopher Steele. Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences. Germany
  112. Arturo Gómez . Neurosocial Lab. Spain
  113. Ramon Carbo-Dorca. University of Girona. Spain
  114. Aishwarya Nair. University of Osnabruck. Germany
  115. Tobias Rose. Max-Planck-Institute of Neurobiology. Germany
  116. Tor Syvertsen. Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Norway
  117. Enrique Sánchez González. Ciber-Seguridad GITS Informática - España. Spain
  118. Christopher Yeo. University College London. United Kingdom
  119. Ricardo Cruz. swissvirtual. Switzerland
  120. Salvatore Fara. Bernstein Center Freiburg. Germany
  121. Carlos Moreno García. Farmacia de Jauja. Spain
  122. Ursula Pia Jauch. University of Zurich. Switzerland
  123. Björn Friedrich. Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology. Germany
  124. Sarah Jessen. MPI CBS. Germany
  125. Tonia Rihs. University of Geneva. Switzerland
  126. Bruno Sevennec. CNRS. France
  127. Matthew Nelson. INSERM. France
  128. Constanze Lenschow. Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience. Germany
  129. Jyi Han Seng. UCSI University. Malaysia
  130. Prakash Giri. MARIGOLD Higher Secondary School. Nepal
  131. Marc Fisher. Tulane University. United States
  132. Fabio Meneghini. SISSA. Italy
  133. Dilek DEMIR. TU Wien . Austria
  134. Jacob Duijnhouwer. Radboud University Nijmegen. Netherlands
  135. Pavel Itskov. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  136. Jacques Bourg. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  137. Carolina Doran. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown & University of Bristol. Portugal
  138. Maria Vicente. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  139. Houman Safaai. Italian Institute of Technology. Italy
  140. Francisco Romero. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  141. Roberto Medina. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  142. michel dulcire. CIRAD. France
  143. Ignacio Ozcariz. Recol. Spain
  144. Tiago Monteiro. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  145. Jozsef Somogyi. retired. Hungary
  146. Jean-Pierre Mothet. CNRS. France
  147. Sara Matias. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  148. Andrew Latto. Latto. United States
  149. Christian H. Uhlig. Universitätsklinikum Heidelberg. Germany
  150. Sebastian Schwaab. FH Köln. Germany
  151. Stephan Bohlhalter. University of Bern. Switzerland
  152. Julien Colomb. Hu berlin. Germany
  153. Manuel Riquelme. UTHSCSA. United States
  154. Steffen Kandler. NERF. Belgium
  155. Nader Nikbakht. SISSA. Italy
  156. Stacy Dalton. JHU. United States
  157. Gabriel McKinsey. University of California San Francisco. United States
  158. José Ribas Fernandes. University of Victoria. Canada
  159. Vinzenz Schönfelder. SISSA | Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati. Italy
  160. Clara Ferreira. Oxford University. United Kingdom
  161. Patrick Barland. Academia.edu. Spain
  162. Miriam Klein-Flügge. UCL. United Kingdom
  163. Peter Bossaerts. University of Melbourne. Australia
  164. Eduardo Dias-Ferreira. The Rockefeller University. United States
  165. Linas Vilciauskas. New York University. United States
  166. Gabriel Griesser. CIFOM-ET. Switzerland
  167. Raphael Massarelli. University of Lyon. France
  168. Günter Windau. Radboud University. Netherlands
  169. Patrick Ruther. University of Freiburg. Germany
  170. Rodrigo Abreu. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  171. Brigitte Chamak. U. Paris Descartes. France
  172. Eric Everschor. Psychotherapeutische Praxis. Germany
  173. Bassam Atallah. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  174. Bahadir Kasap. Radboud University Nijmegen. Netherlands
  175. Simone Lackner. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  176. Luuk van de Rijt. Radboudumc, biophysics. Netherlands
  177. Krishna Kishore. University of Michigan. United States
  178. Martha Koukkou. University of Zurich. Switzerland
  179. Vincent Croset. University of Oxford. United Kingdom
  180. Andrew Matus. FMI. Switzerland
  181. Ana Amaral. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  182. Madalena Fonseca. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  183. John Anderson. University of Toronto. Canada
  184. Mike Hemberger. Max Planck Insitute for Brain Research. Germany
  185. Michel Imbert. Ecole normale supérieure. France
  186. David Higgins. Ecole Normale Superieure. France
  187. Ronald Welz. WDS Technologies SA. Switzerland
  188. Pietro Vertechi. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  189. Emma Cahill. University of Cambridge. United Kingdom
  190. Tatiana Chernigovskaya. St. Petersburg State University. Russia
  191. Gabriel Madirolas. Instituto Cajal, CSIC. Spain
  192. Dani Martí. ENS, INSERM. France
  193. Joana Nogueira. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  194. Michael Suchocki. individual. Canada
  195. Mathieu Desroches. Inria. France
  196. Hedi Young. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  197. Nachiket Kashikar. University of Sussex. United Kingdom
  198. Paula Maria Fuertes. Psychology. Spain
  199. Hazem Toutounji. Institute of Cognitive Science, University of Osnabrück. Germany
  200. Renee Bleau. University of Glasgow. United Kingdom
  201. Wolfgang Robinig. University of Graz. Austria
  202. Foteini Vlachou. Instituto de História da Arte, Faculdade das Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Portugal
  203. Bahram Yoosefizonooz. Radboud University Nijmegen.. Netherlands
  204. Zbigniew Zielinski. N/A. Poland
  205. R. Jessie McLaren. -. United States
  206. Jürgen Albrecht. Burg Giebichenstein - Kunsthochschule Halle. Germany
  207. Niccolò Bonacchi. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown . Portugal
  208. Sven Holm. University of Manchester. United Kingdom
  209. Abhishek Sengupta. Vision Institute, INSERM. France
  210. Jacques Vauclair. Aix-Marseille University. France
  211. Edward Stern. Bar-Ilan University. Israel
  212. Giorgio Faconti. CNR. Italy
  213. Mattia Della Rocca. University of Pisa. Italy
  214. Jorge Carrulo. Faculdade de Psicologia da Universidade de Lisboa. Portugal
  215. Dennis Bray. University of Cambridge. United Kingdom
  216. Andrea Cesura. Independent Consultant. Switzerland
  217. Jakob Straehle. MPI. Germany
  218. David Moreau. Princeton University. United States
  219. Ruben Ellinghaus. Univsersity of Göttingen. Germany
  220. Farzad Farkhooi. Freie Universität Berlin. Germany
  221. Timothy Kearl. Amazon.com. United States
  222. Sandra Amado. CIPER-FMH-University of Lisbon. Portugal
  223. Elahe Arani. Radboud University Nijmegen. Netherlands
  224. Marco Di Campli. University of Padua. Italy
  225. Carmela Morabito. University of Rome Tor Vergata. Italy
  226. Mariangela Panniello. University of Oxford. United Kingdom
  227. Augustinus Mohn. MPI. Germany
  228. Niranjan Kambi. Department of Psychology, University of Wisconsin, Madison. United States
  229. Jessica Phillips. University of Wisconsin-Madison. United States
  230. David Oprandi. University of Pavia. Italy
  231. Yolanda Millender. University of Alabama at Birmingham. United States
  232. Carlos Carvajal. Inria. France
  233. Tim Smithers. TSRi. Spain
  234. Orsola Rosa Salva. University of Trento. Italy
  235. Uwe Mayer. Center for Mind/Brain Sciences (CiMEC). Italy
  236. Wolf Huetteroth. Zukunftskolleg Konstanz University. Germany
  237. Joseph Bak-Coleman. Princeton University. United States
  238. Anita Schmid. Weill Cornell Medical College. United States
  239. Volker Dietz. University of Zürich. Switzerland
  240. Heinz Steffens. MPI of Biophysical Chemistry. Germany
  241. Emanuel Diamant. VIDIA-mant. Israel
  242. Marco Masi. Waldorfschule in den Mainauen. Germany
  243. Marco Tullio Liuzza. Sapienza University of Rome. Italy
  244. Alejandro Morales. UNAM. Mexico
  245. Christine Adams. ware hall enterprises. United Kingdom
  246. sadegh sm. non. Iran
  247. Andrea Pisauro. UCL. United Kingdom
  248. Anna Hobbiss. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  249. Richard Simms. Buy, Sell or Refi. United States
  250. António Dias. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  251. Rosilari Bellacosa. University of Padova. Italy
  252. Nicolas Rougier. INRIA. France
  253. Mark Talbot. None. United Kingdom
  254. Claude Monnier. Université de Genève. Switzerland
  255. Cristina Marquez. Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown. Portugal
  256. Roger Bartra. Birkbeck, University of London. United Kingdom
  257. Tomas Eichler. IMP. Austria
  258. Magali Fernandez Salazar. Institute of Neuroradiology and diagnosis. University-Hospital of Greifswald. Germany
  259. Saul Kato. IMP Research Institute of Molecular Pathology. Austria
  260. Rafael Levi. Universidad Autonoma de Madrdid. Spain
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