The FNNR is very excited to announce our new program.
What is it?
The Foundation for Neurofeedback and Neuromodulation Research (FNNR) is a 501c3 non-profit organization that supports students, researchers, and educators by funding and supporting research in the field of neurotherapy. To further this mission and provide additional assistance, we are launching an equipment repository from which devices such as amplifiers and various neuromodulation devices can be checked out. This is an exciting opportunity that will provide access to equipment that might otherwise not be attainable.
What we require:
In order to borrow devices or equipment from our repository, you must provide a project proposal. Proposals will be reviewed in the order that they are received. Please describe your area of inquiry and what questions you intend to answer with the equipment. We will consider loans of different time periods, up to one year, depending upon the goal of the project. At the end of the term, the equipment must be returned in good usable condition. The borrower assumes full responsibility for the items during the term of the loan. For longer projects, renewal requests will be considered.
There may be a waiting list for some equipment. If what you want to borrow is currently checked out, you can submit a request to admin@theFNNR.org and be placed on our waiting list. Furthermore, if there is equipment that you believe would be appropriate for a specific project you can also submit your proposal to us. We will periodically review requests and see if we can source the necessary equipment for your project.
We require a write-up describing the results of your inquiry. This can range in formality from a brief summary of observations and conclusions to an abstract or poster suitable for submission to a peer-reviewed publication. We encourage borrowers to submit for our mini-grants and to also submit findings, if relevant, to the Journal of NeuroRegulation.
We will keep a publicly available archive of findings and observations regarding the use of various equipment and devices.
To see results of the projects made possible by the equipment repository, and experiences with the equipment, visit our Project Summaries page.