The BSi releases periodic progress reports that share its vision, history and accomplishments through the years.
2012 Progress Report
Over the last four years, the Brain Science Institute (BSi) has worked hard to build a program that we believe is poised to make significant advances in brain health through a unique combination of basic research, translation and practical application in a wide range of brain science related disciplines.
2009 Progress Report
The BSi releases it's first Progress Report. “Perhaps most importantly, the BSi Progress Report shares our goals and future direction. We are committed to continuing to build strong aliances and promote collaborations with the goal of understanding brain function and neurological diseases, and to finding treatments and cures. We are also interested in how this knowledge can translate to other fields and disciplines," says Jack Griffin Founding Director of the BSi.