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Founding on EOSC project Virtual Brain Cloud Charite now leads EBRAINS’ Health Data Cloud –- a GDPR-compliant, federated research data ecosystem that enables neuroscience research consortia across Europe and beyond to work with sensitive neuroscience data originating from human subjects, as well as defined routes for sharing of the data and results.
Enabling the integration of distributed heal
The digital research infrastructure of the EU-funded "Human Brain Project" - EBRAINS - has been included in the Roadmap 2021 of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI). EBRAINS aims to support the translation of scientific findings from brain research into neuro-inspired technologies and medicine using digital methods and techniques. For the platform, in which Charité -
EBRAINS has been selected for ESFRI Roadmap 2021. Brain Simulation Section at the Charite and BIH contributes to EBRAINS with Virtual Brain Cloud Technology. ESFRI identifies research infrastructure measures for Europe that are important in terms of strategy and research policy.
For more information, visit the [Forschungszentrum Jülich website](https://www.fz-juelich.de/SharedDocs/Pressemittei
The Virtual Brain Cloud, EBRAINS and AI-MIND have formed a key strategic collaboration towards AI revolution in brain health care.
Find out more here.
Prof Ritter has been appointed as spokesperson for the National Research Data Infrastructure Initiative Neuroscience (NFDI-Neuro).
We congratulate Leon Stefanovski on his successful “summa cum laude” Doctoral thesis defense!
The topic of Leon's thesis was Amyloid-based brain simulation of Alzheimer’s disease with The Virtual Brain.