EBRI is located in a 25,000 sq meters building, organized like other prestigious European research institutes. EBRI has attracted the relocation on the same site of two other neuroscience institutes: the Research Laboratories of IRCSS Fondazione Santa Lucia, an Institute for Research, Hospitalization and Health Care involved in neuroscience research and neuromotor rehabilitation and the Institute of Neurobiology and Molecular Medicine of the National Research Council.
The coexistence of the three Institutes in one location has led to the birth of an international Neuroscience “campus”, with a very significant critical mass of scientists and shared equipment. EBRI has a core staff of about 60, including scientists, technicians, and administrative personnel, and is organized in independent laboratories, units, as well as core facilities.
Each group recruits its own personnel at international European levels, and is typically composed of one Senior or Junior Group-leader responsible for a staff of technicians, postdoctoral fellows, Ph.D. students and undergraduate students.
EBRI also offers independent positions as Junior Group Leaders, and positions as Junior Project Leaders within an established Laboratory.
EBRI is this committed to providing young fellows with scientific independence and freedom in the broad field
of Neuroscience, with a main focus on molecular and cellular mechanisms.
The research training of young fellows is accomplished via established collaborations with local and international Universities (Università “La Sapienza”, Università “Tor Vergata”, University College of London, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem). Facilities on campus include a Conference hall, Meeting rooms, Animal House, Library with online data base with access to over 2500 journals, and a Cafeteria.