We currently store over 1800 imaging research studies, representing data from a wide range of multi-site and in-house studies for research across a broad range of neuroscience, disease, and other imaging research aims. The CNDA also manages thousands of non-imaging experiments, including neuropsychological, clinical, biomarker and behavioral data.
CNDA is built on XNAT, a widely-used open source imaging informatics platform developed at MIR by Daniel Marcus, PhD. A number of data processing algorithms, such as Freesurfer, are run on CNDA data.
Access to CNDA is restricted to authorized investigators at Washington University School of Medicine. If you have any questions or would like more information, email Jenny Gurney.