2014 Silent Auction to Benefit

Research in Applied Neuroscience  

                             
Begins October 1, 2014 at 12:01am PST

Are you ready for our 2014 Silent Auction to benefit research in applied neuroscience?
It will begin online Oct 1, at 12:01 am PST and finishes at the ISNR conference in San Diego on October 18th at 5:00pm PST.

 We value your support and hope we can continue our conference tradition of raising funds for the ISNR Research Foundation.

 Your support will help finance our current projects including the Yountville Pathway Home project for returning vets as well as our very popular mini-grant programs, which are offered twice this year. We were excited to receive numerous applications for our mini-grants this year. With funding secured only for three in the next cycle, it is likely that some important research advancing our field

will go unfunded without your help.

 The proceeds from this auction will provide much-needed funding for the continuation of these projects and the administration of the Foundation. We appreciate your continuing support of RF.
 

 If you’re interested in donating an item, email  us at
info@isnr-researchfoundation.org


Please visit our online
auction to place your bids.

https://www.biddingforgood.com/auction/auctionhome.action?auctionId=221504338

 

Why We Need Help Now 

The Foundation's mission (above) refined through dialog, collaboration and insight has evolved over the past few years. READ MORE

2014 Mini Grant Winners 

Mark Goodman


Sommer Christie




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The ISNR Research Foundation will accomplish 
the necessary research to demonstrate that neurofeedback
is effective for treatment for central nervous system disorders.
To accomplish this mission the Foundation: Identifies areas of interest for research in neuromodulation therapies with a current focus of AD/HD, Autism Spectrum, TBI and epilepsy. Establishes criteria for quality controlled studies to evaluate such therapies. Recruits qualified researchers to conduct the research Solicits, evaluates, awards and administers research grants Applies for public and private grants and donations Raises funds through direct and deferred donations Collaborates with other entities with similar objective










































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