CCF Studies and Software

Young Adult HCP

1200 Subjects (2010-2016)

The Human Connectome Project (HCP) has tackled one of the great scientific challenges of the 21st century: mapping the human brain, aiming to connect its structure to function and behavior.

Lifespan HCP

4 Projects, Active 2013-2020

HCP Lifespan Projects are acquiring and sharing multimodal imaging data acquired across the lifespan, in four age groups (prenatal, 0-5, 6-21, and 36-100+).

Connectomes Related To Human Disease

18 Projects, Active 2017-2027

HCP Disease studies apply HCP-style data collection methods to subject cohorts at risk for, or suffering from, disorders affecting the brain.

HCP Software

In Active Development

We have released and maintain a set of open-source Connectome software that supports browsing, download, exploration, visualization and analysis of HCP data. 

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Connectome Workbench v2.0.0 Released

June 17, 2024 Update: Major new release with significant major and minor features added and many bugfixes.

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BANDA Release 1.1

Updated release of imaging and behavioral data from a study of anxiety and depression in adolescents (ages 14-17).

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DCAM Release 1.0 on Anxious Misery in Major Depressive Disorder

First release of study of major depressive disorder in adults ages 18-59. 

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PDC Release 1.0 on Treatment-Resistant Depression

First release of study of treatment-resistant depression with ECT, ketamine, or total sleep deprivation interventions in adults ages 20-64. 

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Public Release of QuNex Software Suite for HCP Image Processing

Announcing the first public release of Quantitative Neuroimaging Environment & Toolbox (QuNex)

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Updated HCP Early Psychosis Release 1.1

An updated release of imaging and behavioral data with data from more subjects and corrections from a study of psychosis and healthy participants ages 16-25.