The Integrated Brain and Behavior Research Center Brain and behavior research at the University of Haifa holds a unique flavor budding from its close association with the fields of neuroscience and psychology, education and learning disabilities.
The Integrated Brain and Behavior Research Center (IBBRC) at Haifa University was established with the aim of assembling brain and behavior research activity across faculties, departments and disciplines.
IBBRC aims to promote collaboration among its members, and to enhance national and international research cooperation with leading centers around the world.
Towards that end, the IBBRC organizes bi-annually an international Brain and Behavior meeting at the University of Haifa (see Bi-Annual Meetings).
A parallel aim is to promote Brain and Behavior research students. The IBBRC students participate in its various activities and are given an annual assignment to organize an international symposium on Brain and Behavior research.