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The purpose of the meeting is to receive feedback and guidance on funding opportunity announcements, incoming applications, and strategic planning for the NIH component of the BRAIN Initiative. The MCWG is comprised of 10 representatives from the 10 participating BRAIN Institutes/Centers (including NINDS), 5 at-large members, and ex officio representatives from the other participating federal agencies. The meeting will also provide an opportunity for private entities/foundations to present their contributions to BRAIN. The meeting will provide the neuroethics workgroup of the MCWG, comprised of MCWG members, federal staff, and experts in the field, to meet regarding ethical issues connected to the Initiative. Information presented and gathered at this meeting will support the development of future funding opportunity announcements and plans for the initiative, set to continue until 2025.