NeuroML Scientific Committee
The responsibilities of the Scientific Committee are:
  • To advise on the scientific focus of the NeuroML initiative; to ensure that the structure of the language is based on the latest knowledge of neuronal anatomy and physiology
  • To agree on the technical implementation for the core specifications and to ensure that best practices are encouraged in model specification
  • To promote NeuroML internationally, both the core specifications and the tools which support the language
  • To define the governance structure of the NeuroML Initiative and outline a path towards a specification process with dedicated, elected editors
  • To engage with other standardisation and databasing initiatives in the computational neuroscience and wider biology fields
  • To review and agree on extensions to the core specifications and the scope of the initiative; to address issues the community raises regarding the direction of the initiative


Upi Bhalla
NCBS,
Bangalore,India
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Avrama Blackwell
Krasnow Institute of Advanced Studies,
George Mason University, USA
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Robert Cannon
Textensor Limited,
Edinburgh, UK
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Hugo Cornelis
K.U. Leuven,
Belgium
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Sharon Crook
Arizona State University
USA
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Andrew Davison
CNRS, Gif-sur-Yvette,
France
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Padraig Gleeson
University College London,
UK
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Lyle Graham
Université Paris Descartes,
France,Paris
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Michael Hines
Yale University,
USA
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Angus Silver
University College London,
UK
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