Collaboration agreement with the Cuban Neurosciences Center

This agreement will allow the exchange of experiences in the field of Neurosciences with special emphasis on the development of 'neurotechnology' and its application.

The Cuban Neurosciences Center (CNEURO), founded in 1969 as one of the first groups in the world to use informatics for the analysis of the brain`s electrical activity, was officially established in 1990.

The agreement is aimed at facilitating the joint development of a permanent collaboration process promoting the consolidation of research programs and academic, commercial, and research projects. Likewise, the agreement provides for joint organization of courses, workshops, forums, and continuing education programs, among others.

This agreement benefits, mainly, students of the Social and Human Sciences Faculty Masters in Social Neuroscience program.

The agreement was signed for five years.