Development of new biomedical research tools is most effective when pursued in the context of challenging problems that drive the technology forward. The developments in our technical research and development (TR&D) projects are stimulated by close interaction with ten Collaborative Projects
in which we work jointly with expert biomedical investigators outside the Resource. In our function as a National Resource, we also make available our instrumentation, software, methods, and expertise to as many biomedical and clinical researchers as possible. Service Projects
use the available expertise and tools that we developed and are therefore key elements of the Resource.
If you are interested in Becoming a Collaborator, feel free to contact us
on our website.
Neonatal BrainPediatric Brain DevelopmentAttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Biomarkers for Alzheimer's Disease (AD)
Biomarkers for Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Schizophrenia and Its Progression
Primary Progressive AphasiaBrain Tumor Consortium: Diagnosis and Prognosis
Biomarkers for Huntington's Disease (HD)
A key element of the resource includes Service, making our expertise and tools available for the scientific community. Some of these projects are listed below. Due to the wide propagation of our resources, it is not feasible to provide a comprehensive listing; for example, MRIStudio software alone has been disseminated to more than 8000 investigators.
Examples of Some Service (S) Projects
Inborn Disorders in Cholesterol Metabolism and Transport
fMRI Biomarkers of Pain
AgingNeuroimaging of Acute Stroke Recovery
Brain Tumor Biomarker Metrics for Prediction of Treatment Efficacy
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Southwestern NMR Center for in vivo Metabolism
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)