The preparation of the Shared European Brain Research Agenda (SEBRA) is currently underway within the EBC-coordinated European Brain Research Area (EBRA) project, with the aim to provide recommendations on future areas for excellent, innovative, and translational research. Existing strategic research agendas have been taken into consideration and input has been collected from a first set of identified experts in the European brain research area.
A Consultation is now open on this first draft and feedback is welcome in order to provide the EBRA consortium with input and perspectives from the brain research community as a whole — may it be scientists, patients, caregivers, associations, industry, neurologists, psychiatrists, regulators, decision makers, politicians, funders, etc. — at the national, EU and global level.
Responses will provide direct feedback on the final content of SEBRA and ensure that all community perspectives are properly included in the document. All replies will be analysed and fed into a section of the final document, which will be presented to the European Commission to highlight and attest to the need for a brain health partnership in Europe.
Feedback from the brain community is incredibly important and we encourage you to please complete (and widely share within your networks) the consultation before the 30 April deadline.