NIH Blueprint: The Human Connectome Project

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Project News,Recommended Reading,The Science of Connectome | August 26, 2016

Nature Neuroscience: “The Human Connectome Project’s neuroimaging approach”

Published today in Nature Neuroscience is a primer on the Human Connectome Project’s style of data collection, processing, analysis, and open-access distribution. “The Human Connectome Project’s neuroimaging approach” Nature Neuroscience 19, 1175–1187 (2016) doi:10.1038/nn.4361 The data for this study has been uploaded to the BALSA database as Connectome Workbench-compatible scene files for interactive viewing and […]

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Press Releases,Project News,Recommended Reading,The Science of Connectome | July 20, 2016

Nature article: Cortical brain maps at the highest resolution to date

Major new work based on Human Connectome Project data and methods published in July 20 issue of Nature promises to be a boon to neuroanalysis research for years to come. The study, A multi-modal parcellation of human cerebral cortex, led by Matthew Glasser and David Van Essen of Washington University, used information derived from structural […]

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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