NIH Blueprint: The Human Connectome Project

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Press Releases,Project News | January 12, 2016

Announcing release of S900 “PTN” and other Group Average Data

We are pleased to announce the release of extensively processed data associated with the HCP S900 Data Release, which is first HCP data release to capitalize on cortical areal feature-based surface registration (“MSMAlll”, using folding, myelin maps, and resting-state networks). The release includes (i) the “PTN” dataset (Parcellation + Timeseries + Netmats); (ii) group average […]

Press Releases,Project News | December 8, 2015

Announcing the HCP 900 Subjects Data Release

The Human Connectome Project (HCP) WU-Minn consortium is pleased to announce the release of 900 Subjects of HCP image and behavioral data, including 95 MEG datasets. What’s in the HCP 900 Subjects data release? The 900 Subjects release includes behavioral/demographic and 3T MR imaging data from 970 healthy adult participants collected in 2012-spring 2015. Structural scans are […]

Press Releases,Project News | September 30, 2015

Positive behavioral traits and functional connections covary in HCP Subjects

A just released finding from HCP data reveals a strong link between patterns of functional connectivity in the brain’s default mode network and “positive” personal traits such as fluid intelligence (IQ), language skills, and life satisfaction. The study conducted by WU-Minn HCP consortium investigators was released in Nature Neuroscience this week. Authors searched patterns of […]

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