We collaborate with many research teams and projects who share experimental data and complementary expertise, including:
- The Young Adult Human Connectome Project (HCP), Lifespan HCP projects in Development and Aging, and Adult Aging Brain Connectome (AABC) project
- The Connectome Coordination Facility
- The Non-Human Primate Neuroanatomy & Neuroimaging Project (NHP_NNP)
to tackle big questions in systems neuroscience:
Parcellation: What are the fundamental neuroanatomical subdivisions of the brain? How does the organization of brain areas differ across individuals?
Connections: How are brain areas connected—what is the ‘wiring diagram’ that richly interconnects them? How does brain wiring differ across individuals?
Evolution: How have brain areas and connections changed between humans and non-human primates over the course of evolution?
Methods: How can we better analyze brain images to solve novel scientific problems and better visualize and share brain imaging and related data?
Development: Why and how does the cerebral cortex get its folds? Why do they differ across individuals?
Clinical Translation: How can we use our brain maps and tools to solve clinical problems in neuroradiology?