Research findings have been shown to be hard to replicate, partly because of inconsistencies in data acquisition, preprocessing and analysis. Our research aims at understand these sources of discrepancies for PET imaging, focusing primarily on standardization: how are neuroimaging data acquired, documented, analysed, and archived - helping to establish data sharing, enabling replications and increasing sample sizes. The OpenNeuro PET primary objective is built around OpenNeuro and BIDS, for open (CC0) or secure (DUA-GDPR) data sharing with a united front-end (OpenNeuro) and user friendly tools for the PET-BIDS data curation. Our secondary objective is to develop tools for automated QC and template building. OpenNeuroPET is a collaboration between Stanford university, NIH, MGH and the Neurobiology Research Unit (NRU) at Copenhagen University Hospital. It is funded through the BRAIN initiative and the Novo Nordisk foundation.
Shared data can be analyzed on our computational platform using predefined pipelines or uploading your own container [work in progress].
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