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1. Toward discovery science of human brain function.
Biswal BB,
Mennes M,
Zuo XN,
Gohel S,
Kelly C,
Smith SM,
Beckmann CF,
Adelstein JS,
Buckner RL,
Colcombe S,
Dogonowski AM,
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Fair D,
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Hoptman MJ,
Hyde JS,
Kiviniemi VJ,
Kötter R,
Li SJ,
Lin CP,
Lowe MJ,
Mackay C,
Madden DJ,
Madsen KH,
Margulies DS,
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McMahon K,
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Mostofsky SH,
Nagel BJ,
Pekar JJ,
Peltier SJ,
Petersen SE,
Riedl V,
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Rypma B,
Schlaggar BL,
Schmidt S,
Seidler RD,
J Siegle G,
Sorg C,
Teng GJ,
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Villringer A,
Walter M,
Wang L,
Weng XC,
Whitfield-Gabrieli S,
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Windischberger C,
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Zhang HY,
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Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010 Feb 22. [Epub ahead of print]
PMID: 20176931 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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Fwd: 1000 Functional Connectomes Project



1000 Functional Connectomes Project

On behalf of the ‘1000 Functional Connectomes’ Project, we are pleased to announce the unrestricted public release of 1200+ ‘resting state’ functional MRI (R-fMRI) datasets independently collected at 33 sites. All datasets have been generously donated by the principal investigators from the member sites, for the purpose of providing the broader imaging community complete access to a large-scale functional imaging dataset. Age, sex and imaging center information are provided for each of the datasets. In accordance with HIPAA guidelines, all datasets are anonymous, with no protected health information included. We anticipate this data-sharing effort will equip researchers with a means of exploring and refining R-fMRI approaches, and facilitate the growing ethos of sharing and collaboration.

Disclaimer: The '1000 Functional Connectomes Project' datasets are provided freely without assurance of quality or appropriateness for usage.

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