What classifies as NeuroCAM?

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NeuroCAM refers to complementary and alternative modalities using principles of neuroscience. By definition, NeuroCAM is most often a form of treatment for dysfunctions of the nervous system (includes neurological, psychiatric, and immune, metabolic, and oncological diseases affecting the nervous system).

There are three categories of NeuroCAM research which we consider funding – (1) Basic, (2) Translational, and (3) Clinical Trials. 

In order to be eligible for funding within any of those categories, the subject of your research should fall within one or more themes or modalities – Nutraceuticals, Mind & Body, and Personalized Medicine.