FCP/INDI 2015-2016 Data Release Digest

FCP/INDI 2015-2016 Data Release Digest


  1. Autism Brain Imaging Data Exchange II (ABIDE-II)
    • Ages: 5-64, n = 1044
    • Includes structural MRI (sMRI) and resting state fMRI (R-fMRI), as well as
    diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) when available

2) Dallas Lifespan Brain Study
• Ages: 20-89, n = 315
• Includes sMRI and amyloid PET scans (n=147), along with cognitive data
and APOE status
• Publication: see website for listing (18 publications by Park D.C. &

3) Southwest University Longitudinal Multimodal Imaging Study
• Ages: 17-22, n = 580
• Includes sMRI, resting state fMRI (R-fMRI), and diffusion tensor imaging
(DTI) from healthy college students, across a long-term retest-duration within
three and a half years (average 817.87 days)
• Publication: see website for listing (31 publications by Qiu J. & colleagues)

  1. Enhanced NKI-Rockland Sample (Releases 1-9)
    • Cross-sectional Lifespan Sample (ages 6.0-85.0)
    • Developmental Longitudinal Sample (ages: 6.0-17.9) [see Releases 6-9]
    • Real-time fMRI Neurofeedback (ages 24.0-40.0) [see Releases 6-9]

  2. FIND Lab
    • Ages: 18-29, n = 13
    • Includes sMRI and task based fMRI
    • Tasks include memory recall, music stimulation, and simple math equations
    • Publication: Shirer WR, Ryali S, Rykhlevskaia E, Menon V, Greicius MD
    (2012). “Decoding subject-driven cognitive states with whole-brain
    connectivity patterns.” Cerebral Cortex, 22, 158-65.

  3. Hangzhou Normal University (HNU) Short Test-Retest
    • Ages: 22-31, n = 45
    • Includes test-retest data for sMRI and R-fMRI (eyes open / closed)
    • Publication: Yuan B.K., Wang J., Zang Y.F., Liu D.Q. (2014). “Amplitude
    difference in high-frequency fMRI signals between eyes open and eyes
    closed resting states.” Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8:503.

  4. LaBar Lab Rest
    • Ages: 18-37, n = 34
    • Includes sMRI and R-fMRI data collected pre- and post- fear conditioning
    • Publication: Dunsmoor, J. E., Kragel, P. A., Martin, A., & LaBar, K. S. (2014).
    “Aversive learning modulates cortical representations of object categories.”
    Cerebral Cortex, 24, 2859-2872.

  5. Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI)-HiSUB25
    • Ages: 21-35, n = 25
    • Includes a multi-contrast and submillimetric 3-Tesla hippocampal subfield
    segmentation protocol and dataset for the Montreal Neurological Institute
    • Publication: J. Kulaga-Yoskovitz, B.C. Bernhardt, S. Hong, T. Mansi, K.
    Liang, A. van der Kouve, J. Smallwood, A. Bernasconi, N. Bernasconi (2015).
    “Multi-contrast and submillimetric 3T hippocampal subfield segmentation
    protocol and dataset.” Scientific data, in press.

  6. Multimodal MRI dataset from Professional Chess Players and Controls
    • Ages: 15-59, n = 29
    • Includes sMRI, R-fMRI, and DTI data obtained from professional chess
    players and well-matched controls
    • Provided by Huaxi MR Research Center (HMRRC), West China Hospital of
    Sichuan University

  7. NKI-Rockland Child and Adolescent Test-Retest Sample
    • Ages: 6-18, n = 77
    • Includes a range of test-retest data (sMRI, R-fMRI, DTI, arterial spin labeling
    [ASL]) for children and adolescents (retest interval: 7+ days)

  8. Resting State of the Static Hypnotic State
    • Ages: 18+, n = 10
    • Includes sMRI and fMRI collected before and during a hypnotic state
    • Publication: Pablo G. Vasquez, Susan Whitfield-Gabrieli, Clemes C. C.
    Bauer, Fernando A. Barrios. “Brain functional connectivity of hypnosis without
    target suggestion. An intrinsic hypnosis rs-fMRI study.” (under review)

Michael P. Milham, MD, PhD
Phyllis Green and Randolph Cowen Scholar
Director, Center for the Developing Brain
Child Mind Institute

Director, Center for Biomedical Imaging and Neuromodulation
Research Psychiatrist
Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research