Collaborative Notebook for Neuroscience
Join BrainSTEM and streamline your lab's experimental data collection and analysis. Organize, collaborate, and share publicly with ease - all on our flexible platform.
We provide an electronic lab notebook with a customizable web interface built on a flexible data model that allows for the organization of experiments and raw data.
BrainSTEM (Brain STructured Experimental Metadata) is a collaborative electronic lab notebook for FAIR experimental neuroscience. It has a customizable web interface and a standardized yet flexible data model and is designed to capture a range of electrophysiology, imaging, and behavioral data. Granular permissions, including one-click public sharing, promote collaborations and open science. BrainSTEM is designed with ease of adoption and use as a primary consideration and facilitates compliance with NIH and other data-sharing requirements.
Become a pilot user
We are looking to get BrainSTEM into the hands of more researchers. If you believe in open science, and you are interested in helping us advance and shaping BrainSTEM, then join us as a pilot user.
The team behind BrainSTEM
BrainSTEM is developed and funded by the Oxytocin U19 Brain Initiative Grant 5U19NS107616, led by György Buzsáki, Moses V. Chao, Robert C. Froemke, Dayu Lin, Adam Mar, Alisa R. Surkis, Richard Tsien.
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