BrainML is a developing initiative to provide a standard XML metaformat for exchanging neuroscience data. It focuses on layered definitions built over a common core in order to support community-driven extension.
One such extension is provided by the new NIH-supported neuroinformatics initiative of the Society for Neuroscience, which supports the development of expert-derived terminology sets for several areas of neuroscience.
The BrainML project is funded by the Human Brain Project-Informatics initiative via MH/NS57153 from the NIMH and NINDS and is directed by:
Daniel Gardner
Weill Medical College of Cornell University

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