This year’s conference hosted by the Organization for Human Brain Mapping will be the first opportunity for members of the Human Connectome Project consortium to share our progress with the scientific community at large. While we are still very early in our Phase I work, there is much to talk about and we are excited for the opportunity.
A group of HCP representatives will be manning Booth 107 on the OHBM floor, running interactive demos of our early-stage work on the ConnectomeDB and Connectome Workbench tools for managing and visualizing neuroimaging datasets.
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