Through a Scholar Award, the McKnight Foundation provides support for the lab to understand how different parts of the cortex communicate information during behavior.
David is a Robertson Investigator of the New York Stem Cell Foundation. The NYSCF provides the laboratory support to explore new avenues of research, including natural sound-generating behaviors.
The Schneider Lab is proudly supported by taxpayers like you, through the National Institutes on Deafness and other Communication Disorders.
David is a fellow of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, which graciously supports all aspects of the lab's work.
David is a fellow of the Searle Scholars Program, which provides support for the laboratory to develop behavioral tasks in mice that share hallmarks of speech and music and to pursue how the brain uses performance errors to learn from mistakes.
David is the recipient of a Career Award at the Scientific Interface from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund. BWF's CASI program supports scientists whose work bridges disciplines in the biological and physical sciences.
In addition to federal and foundational support, the Schneider Laboratory is generously supported by New York University's Center for Neural Science and College of Arts and Science.
Graduate students and postdocs in the Schneider lab are, and have been, supported by training awards from the NIH, the Leon Levy Foundation, and the Swiss National Science Foundation, among others.
As a postdoctoral fellow, David was an HHMI Fellow of the Helen Hay Whitney Foundation.
As a graduate student, David was funded in part by the Gatsby Initiative on Brain Circuitry.