Founded in 1998, the Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease is part of the Gladstone Institutes, an independent not-for-profit research organization that has an affiliation agreement with the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). GIND combines exemplary levels of scientific rigor and innovation with deep knowledge and understanding of brain disorders. Indeed, besides scientific excellence, a key criterion for recruitment into the institute is a genuine passion for unraveling disease mechanisms and for identifying novel ways to block them. This feature also creates a very enabling environment for integrative training in neuroscience, as virtually every principal investigator in the institute aims to understand brain functions at all levels of complexity, from molecules to cells, circuits to networks, and brain rhythms to behavioral outputs. GIND has been a NOMIS partner since 2023. Together, they have established the NOMIS–Gladstone Fellowship Program.