Research findings can be difficult to replicate, partly because of inconsistencies in data acquisition, preprocessing, and analysis. Our research seeks to understand the source of these discrepancies for PET imaging, focusing primarily on standardization: how are neuroimaging data acquired, documented, analysed, and archived. Such work helps establish data sharing pipelines, which in turn enables replication and increases sample sizes. The primary objective of OpenNeuro PET is data sharing, either Openly with OpenNeuro (CC0 licence) or Pulicly with Public-nEUro (Data access control and Data User Agreement to comply with EU-GDPR). Beside working on those data repositories, we also developped the PET2BIDS converter to help researchers curate their data and make them BIDS compliant. Our secondary objective is to develop tools for automated QC and template building. OpenNeuroPET is a collaboration between the Neurobiology Research Unit (NRU) at Copenhagen University Hospital, NIMH, MGH and Stanford University.
It is funded through the BRAIN Initiative grant # 1R24MH120004-01A1 and the Novo Nordisk Foundation grant # NN20OC0063277.
Shared data can be analyzed on our computational platform using predefined pipelines or uploading your own container [work in progress].
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