The Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (Nederlands Herseninstituut) carries out fundamental neuroscience research with special emphasis on the brain and the visual system. Our research focusses on development, plasticity and ageing and it is often linked to clinical research questions.
The Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (NIN-KNAW) conducts fundamental neuroscience research, with special emphasis on the brain and the visual system. Its research programme focuses on fundamental mechanisms, the causes of neurological and psychiatric disorders, the development of brain functions, and diagnostic and therapeutic strategies.
The NIN’s research is multidisciplinary in nature. It makes use of genetic, molecular and cellular approaches. It also studies the function of neuronal networks and the brain as a whole. The Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience (NIN) is a basic research institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences that carries out neuroscience research with special emphasis on the brain and visual system. The scientific structure comprises three levels of biological complexity: genetic and molecular approaches, cellular approaches and network function, system approaches.
The research program is carried out in 18 research teams. In addition, the NIN includes the Netherlands Brain Bank. The research is aimed at fundamental mechanisms, the development of normal functioning, the cause of disorders as well as the development of diagnostic and therapeutic strategies.
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience that are published in OMICS International journals.