The GIN-IMN is the French partner of the European project MULTI-LATERAL (Multi-level Integrative Analysis of Brain Lateralization for Language), coordinated by Clyde Francks (Max Planck Institute, NL). Laureate of the FLAG-ERA Joint Translational Call (JTC) for the Human Brain Project, it will received grant funding of 242 k€ for 3 years.
Fabrice Crivello, researcher at the CEA, is the principal investigator for the GIN-IMN in collaboration with researchers for the Max Planck Institute in Nijmegen (The Netherlands) and the Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language in San Sebastian (Spain). Its studies will aim at identifying the anatomic, functional and genetic determinants of brain lateralization for language functions.