UWIN and eScience affiliates Ariel Rokem and Bing Brunton have started a neuroinformatics working group at the University of Washington, and all are welcome to join! The working group focuses on software and computing technologies and their role in data-intensive neuroscience research. You can read more about the purpose and objectives of the working group at its website.
Meetings of the working group take place in Kincaid 356 every other Thursday at 3 PM, starting October 5th.
There is also a mailing list for the working group, which you can subscribe to for updates. The mailing list will announce activities and facilitate discussion about neuroinformatics topics. This may include questions about neuroinformatics, sharing publication of papers/software, etc.