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Resource:Human Imaging Database

Name: Resource:Human Imaging Database
Description: An extensible database management system developed to handle the increasingly large and diverse datasets collected as part of the MBIRN and FBIRN collaboratories and throughout clinical imaging communities at large. The HID can be extended to contain relevant information concerning experimental subjects, assessments of subjects, the experimental data collected, the experimental protocols, and other metadata normally included with experiments. This large, multi-site, publicly available data repository rich in fMRI, structural imaging, and clinical data is available so that the research community can develop and test novel hypotheses.

Publicly available datasets include:

  • BrainScape_BS002: This dataset includes seventeen healthy subjects with four resting state fixation scans plus one T1 scan and one T2 scan. The data were collected as part of a study on the behavioral effects of spontaneous BOLD fluctuations.
  • BrainScape_BS003: This dataset includes ten healthy subjects scanned 3 times with 3 conditions: eyes open, eyes closed, and fixating in addition to two anatomical scans (T1 and T2).
  • fBIRNTravelingSubject2003: This dataset includes five healthy subjects imaged twice at each of ten FBIRN MRI scanners on successive days. Functional and structural imaging, behavioral, and demographic data are available from 100 scanning sessions on these subjects.
  • fBIRN PhaseII: The Phase II multi-site clinical imaging study consists of approximately 250 subjects, both chronic schizophrenics and age- and gender- matched controls. The MRI data include structural and fMRI images from two separate scanning visits for each subject, including the Sternberg Item Recognition Paradigm and the Auditory Oddball paradigm, a breath hold task, and a sensorimotor task. The clinical assessments include behavioral measures, handedness and demographic measures, SES, smoking measurements, North American Adult Reading Test (NARRT), and clinical severity assessments for the clinical subjects. Currently data from three sites are released to the general research community; the remainder are awaiting IRB approvals for public data sharing.
Other Name(s): Human Imaging Database (HID) System, Function BIRN Data Repository, fBIRN Data Repository
Abbreviation: HID
Parent Organization: Resource:Biomedical Informatics Research Network
Resource Type(s): Database, Data repository, Data management software, Source code, Image repository
Resource: Resource
URL: http://www.birncommunity.org/tools-catalog/human-imaging-database-hid/
Id: nif-0000-00269
PMID: PMID 19826494, 18348946
Related condition/disease: Schizophrenia
Related to: Resource:NITRC
Availability: BSD License, BIRN License
Keywords: Imaging, fMRI, clinical, Behavior, Biomedical imaging data, MRI, auditory oddball paradigm, behavioral effect, behavioral measure, bold fluctuation, breath hold task, clinical assessment, clinical severity assessment, demographic measure, handedness, healthy, human, image, North American adult reading test, schizophrenia, sensorimotor task, SES, smoking measurement, Sternberg item recognition paradigm, t1, t2, data set
Organism: Human
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Alt. NITRC URL: http://www.nitrc.org/projects/hid/
Old URL: http://fbirnbdr.nbirn.net:8080/BDR/

Contributors

Aarnaud, Zaidaziz



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Facts about Resource:Human Imaging DatabaseRDF feed
AbbrevHID  +
AvailabilityBSD License  +, and BIRN License  +
CurationStatuscurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://www.birncommunity.org/tools-catalog/human-imaging-database-hid/  +
DefinitionAn extensible database management system d An extensible database management system developed to handle the increasingly large and diverse datasets collected as part of the MBIRN and FBIRN collaboratories and throughout clinical imaging communities at large. The HID can be extended to contain relevant information concerning experimental subjects, assessments of subjects, the experimental data collected, the experimental protocols, and other metadata normally included with experiments. This large, multi-site, publicly available data repository rich in fMRI, structural imaging, and clinical data is available so that the research community can develop and test novel hypotheses.

Publicly available datasets include:

  • BrainScape_BS002: This dataset includes seventeen healthy subjects with four resting state fixation scans plus one T1 scan and one T2 scan. The data were collected as part of a study on the behavioral effects of spontaneous BOLD fluctuations.
  • BrainScape_BS003: This dataset includes ten healthy subjects scanned 3 times with 3 conditions: eyes open, eyes closed, and fixating in addition to two anatomical scans (T1 and T2).
  • fBIRNTravelingSubject2003: This dataset includes five healthy subjects imaged twice at each of ten FBIRN MRI scanners on successive days. Functional and structural imaging, behavioral, and demographic data are available from 100 scanning sessions on these subjects.
  • fBIRN PhaseII: The Phase II multi-site clinical imaging study consists of approximately 250 subjects, both chronic schizophrenics and age- and gender- matched controls. The MRI data include structural and fMRI images from two separate scanning visits for each subject, including the Sternberg Item Recognition Paradigm and the Auditory Oddball paradigm, a breath hold task, and a sensorimotor task. The clinical assessments include behavioral measures, handedness and demographic measures, SES, smoking measurements, North American Adult Reading Test (NARRT), and clinical severity assessments for the clinical subjects. Currently data from three sites are released to the general research community; the remainder are awaiting IRB approvals for public data sharing.
    B approvals for public data sharing.
ExampleImageHID.PNG  +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleDatabase  +, Data repository  +, Data management software  +, Source code  +, and Image repository  +
Idnif-0000-00269  +
Is part ofResource:Biomedical Informatics Research Network  +
KeywordsImaging  +, Functional MRI assay  +, Clinical  +, Behavior  +, Biomedical imaging data  +, Magnetic resonance imaging  +, Auditory oddball paradigm  +, Behavioral effect  +, Behavioral measure  +, Bold fluctuation  +, Breath hold task  +, Clinical assessment  +, Clinical severity assessment  +, Demographic measure  +, Handedness  +, Normal  +, Human  +, Image  +, North American adult reading test  +, Schizophrenia  +, Sensorimotor task  +, SES  +, Smoking measurement  +, Sternberg item recognition paradigm  +, T1  +, T2  +, and Data set  +
LabelResource:Human Imaging Database  +
ModifiedDate25 July 2014  +
OldURLhttp://fbirnbdr.nbirn.net:8080/BDR/  +
PMID19826494, 18348946  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
RelatedToResource:NITRC  +
Related diseaseSchizophrenia  +
SpeciesHuman  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
SynonymHuman Imaging Database (HID) System  +, Function BIRN Data Repository  +, and fBIRN Data Repository  +