In August 2010, the NIH awarded $30 million dollars to a consortium of institutions led by Washington University in Saint Louis and the University of Minnesota to map the structural and functional connections of the healthy, living human brain. This project is called the Human Connectome Project. The NRG lab is proud to be a part of this effort.
Members of the NRG are spearheading the HCP Informatics Team‘s effort to build and manage a neuroinformatics platform that will house imaging data from 1,200 study participants. This platform, known as the ConnectomeDB, will be developed on the foundation of our XNAT software.
ConnectomeDB will be made available to researchers around the world.
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