A longitudinal multi-scanner multimodal human neuroimaging dataset.
Dickie, Erin W
Turner, Jessica A
Malhotra, Anil K
Buchanan, Robert W
Voineskos, Aristotle N
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AbstractHuman neuroimaging has led to an overwhelming amount of research into brain function in healthy and clinical populations. However, a better appreciation of the limitations of small sample studies has led to an increased number of multi-site, multi-scanner protocols to understand human brain function. As part of a multi-site project examining social cognition in schizophrenia, a group of "travelling human phantoms" had structural T1, diffusion, and resting-state functional MRIs obtained annually at each of three sites. Scan protocols were carefully harmonized across sites prior to the study. Due to scanner upgrades at each site (all sites acquired PRISMA MRIs during the study) and one participant being replaced, the end result was 30 MRI scans across 4 people, 6 MRIs, and 4 years. This dataset includes multiple neuroimaging modalities and repeated scans across six MRIs. It can be used to evaluate differences across scanners, consistency of pipeline outputs, or test multi-scanner harmonization approaches.
Data AvailibilityRaw data has been uploaded to https://openneuro.org, in a repository entitled “Social Processes Initiative in Neurobiology of the Schizophrenia(s) Traveling Human Phantoms”24, accession number ds003011. The full link is https://openneuro.org/datasets/ds003011.; Code availability - All tools used are open source and available at their respective references. The code for generating plots of quality control data (and the respective source data) can be found at https://github.com/TIGRLab/human_phantoms_plots.
Data / Code Locationhttps://openneuro.org/datasets/ds003011; https://github.com/TIGRLab/human_phantoms_plots
Rights/Terms© 2022. The Author(s).
Identifier to cite or link to this itemhttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/19213
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