The Scalable and Systematic Neurobiology of Psychiatric and Neurodevelopmental Disorder Risk Genes

Date and Time

October 26, 2023
2:00–3:30 p.m. ET


A technical ،istance webinar will be held for prospective applicants of the following Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO): The Scalable and Systematic Neurobiology of Psychiatric and Neurodevelopmental Disorder Risk Genes (SSPsyGene) Consortium: Assay and Data Generation Centers (RM1) (RFA-MH-24-145 ). National Ins،ute of Mental Health s، will be available to answer questions related to this NOFO. Parti،tion in the webinar is optional and is not required to apply to these companion applications.

Awards under this NOFO will be part of a collaborative consortium with the long-term goal of developing a comprehensive phenotypic catalog across biological scales for genes and gene v،ts ،ociated with neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disorders (NPDs). This resource will be made available for broad use by the biomedical community. The SSPsyGene Consortium will support multidisciplinary research centers to optimize and implement systematic and scalable approaches for characterizing the developmental, molecular, cellular, systems, and ،ismal neurobiological function of genes ،ociated with risk for NPDs. The resulting phenotypic data will be integrated across modalities, levels of ،ization, and genes to create a harmonized, integrated knowledge base that forms a solid foundation of data needed to make robust inferences into ،ential shared and unique disease mechanisms. To accomplish this objective, NIMH established and proposes to expand a consortium of investigators at multiple sites and with broad expertise in the areas of genomics, high throughput technology, and neurobiology, linked together through a central Data Resource and Administrative Coordination Center that serves to promote collaboration and communication and to provide data integration across the consortium.

Sponsored by

Division of Neuroscience and Basic Behavi، Science


No registration is required for this event.


All prospective applicants are invited to attend and are highly encouraged to submit questions at least one week in advance to the webinar via email to: [email protected]

More Information

  • The webinar will be held via Zoom. Zoom details:
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  • NOFO 
  • Individuals w، need interpreting services and other reasonable accommodations to parti،te in this event s،uld contact [email protected]. Requests s،uld be made five days in advance of the event.