NIH Blueprint: The Human Connectome Project

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Press Releases,Project News | April 29, 2015

Release of Improved Group Average Dense Connectome for 500 Subjects R468

We are pleased to announce the release of an improved Group Average Dense Connectome based on resting state fMRI data from 468 subjects that were part of the 500 Subjects Release (the R468 group). A number of processing pipelines are currently being implemented and refined by the HCP that carry out further analyses at the […]

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Netmats MegaTrawl Released

We are pleased to announce the release of the “Netmats MegaTrawl”, a set of webpages inside ConnectomeDB that summarizes analyses of the relationships between imaging and non-imaging measures in the Human Connectome Project. Multivariate-prediction and univariate-regression were used to relate 187 non-imaging behavioral and demographic subject measures (SMs: age, sex, education, tobacco use, fluid intelligence […]

Project News,Recommended Reading | March 20, 2015

Tom Insel’s Brain Awareness Week Blog cites HCP as advance in brain science

In a post in honor of Brain Awareness Week, Tom Insel, M.D., Director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) raised the Human Connectome Project as one of this year’s major advances in brain science: This year, this is a good time to note a few recent advances. In a few months, the Human […]

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