Training & Capacity Building

NeuroGenE has an international training and capacity building component. In collaboration with the Stanley’s Global Initiative for Neuropsychiatric Genetics Education in Research (GINGER), NeuroGenE plays a key role building ethics research capacity in Africa, advising international scientists on the ethical challenges within psychiatric genetics and genomics research. NeuroGenE research findings help generate the direction of ethics training and capacity building activities, where the aim is to motivate scientific genetics and genomics research that meets the highest ethical standards.