Nonhuman primate neuroimaging is on the cusp of a transformation, much in the same way its human counterpart was in 2010, when the Human Connectome Project was launched to accelerate progress. Inspired by an open data-sharing initiative, the global community recently met and, in this article, breaks through obstacles to define its ambitions.
Bibliographical noteFunding Information:
Facilities and event support for the The PRIMateE (PRIME-DE) Data Exchange Global Collaboration Workshop were provided by the Wellcome Trust . Administrative and logistical support for the GCW and the Brainhack immediately following the event were provided by the Child Mind Institute , as well as the National Institute of Mental Health ( P50MH109429 ). Travel stipends for early career investigators were made possible through the generous support of the BRAIN Initiative ( R24MH114806 ), Kavli Foundation , and Wellcome Trust.
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- Journal Article
- Research Support, N.I.H., Extramural
- Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't