Scientists at the CIN establish their own teams and make it their responsibility to utilise the resources at their disposal optimally to make excellent research possible.
These 25 research groups gathered under one common roof carry the CIN's mission: to understand how the brain generates function.
The work necessary to attain the CIN's goal – understanding how the brain generates function – is organised in five research areas A, B, C, N and T. These areas range all the way from basic research to applied research, and across low-level to high-level approaches to brain functions. The research areas serve as platforms for common projects.
If "publish or perish" is the motto of the day, the CIN's investigators have little to fear. Find evidence of their excellent track record in the CIN's publications database encompassing over a thousand entries – or go looking straight for specific groups' or members' scientific output.