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Accelerating the Evolution of Nonhuman Primate Neuroimaging

Milham, Michael and Petkov, Christopher I. and Margulies, Daniel S. and Schroeder, Charles E. and Basso, Michele A. and Belin, Pascal and Fair, Damien A. and Fox, Andrew and Kastner, Sabine and Mars, Rogier B. and Messinger, Adam and Poirier, Colline and Vanduffel, Wim and Van Essen, David C. and Alvand, Ashkan and Becker, Yannick and Ben Hamed, Suliann and Benn, Austin and Bodin, Clementine and Boretius, Susann and Cagna, Bastien and Coulon, Olivier and El-Gohary, Sherif Hamdy and Evrard, Henry and Forkel, Stephanie J. and Friedrich, Patrick and Froudist-Walsh, Sean and Garza-Villarreal, Eduardo A. and Gao, Yang and Gozzi, Alessandro and Grigis, Antoine and Hartig, Renee and Hayashi, Takuya and Heuer, Katja and Howells, Henrietta and Ardesch, Dirk Jan and Jarraya, Béchir and Jarrett, Wendy and Jedema, Hank P. and Kagan, Igor and Kelly, Clare and Kennedy, Henry and Klink, P. Christiaan and Kwok, Sze Chai and Leech, Robert and Liu, Xiaojin and Madan, Christopher and Madushanka, Wasana and Majka, Piotr and Mallon, Ann-Marie and Marche, Kevin and Meguerditchian, Adrien and Menon, Ravi S. and Merchant, Hugo and Mitchell, Anna and Nenning, Karl-Heinz and Nikolaidis, Aki and Ortiz-Rios, Michael and Pagani, Marco and Pareek, Vikas and Prescott, Mark and Procyk, Emmanuel and Rajimehr, Reza and Rautu, Ioana-Sabina and Raz, Amir and Roe, Anna Wang and Rossi-Pool, Román and Roumazeilles, Lea and Sakai, Tomoko and Sallet, Jerome and García-Saldivar, Pamela and Sato, Chika and Sawiak, Stephen and Schiffer, Marike and Schwiedrzik, Caspar M. and Seidlitz, Jakob and Sein, Julien and Shen, Zhi-ming and Shmuel, Amir and Silva, Afonso C. and Simone, Luciano and Sirmpilatze, Nikoloz and Sliwa, Julia and Smallwood, Jonathan and Tasserie, Jordy and Thiebaut de Schotten, Michel and Toro, Roberto and Trapeau, Regis and Uhrig, Lynn and Vezoli, Julien and Wang, Zheng and Wells, Sara and Williams, Bella and Xu, Ting and Xu, Augix Guohua and Yacoub, Essa and Zhan, Ming and Ai, Lei and Amiez, Céline and Balezeau, Fabien and Baxter, Mark G. and Blezer, Erwin L.A. and Brochier, Thomas and Chen, Aihua and Croxson, Paula L. and Damatac, Christienne G. and Dehaene, Stanislas and Everling, Stefan and Fleysher, Lazar and Freiwald, Winrich and Griffiths, Timothy D. and Guedj, Carole and Hadj-Bouziane, Fadila and Harel, Noam and Hiba, Bassem and Jung, Benjamin and Koo, Bonhwang and Laland, Kevin N. and Leopold, David A. and Lindenfors, Patrik and Meunier, Martine and Mok, Kelvin and Morrison, John H. and Nacef, Jennifer and Nagy, Jamie and Pinsk, Mark and Reader, Simon M. and Roelfsema, Pieter R. and Rudko, David A. and Rushworth, Matthew F.S. and Russ, Brian E. and Schmid, Michael Christoph and Sullivan, Elinor L. and Thiele, Alexander and Todorov, Orlin S. and Tsao, Doris and Ungerleider, Leslie and Wilson, Charles R.E. and Ye, Frank Q. and Zarco, Wilbert and Zhou, Yong-di (2020) Accelerating the Evolution of Nonhuman Primate Neuroimaging. Neuron, 105 (4). pp. 600-603. ISSN 0896-6273. PMCID PMC7610430. doi:10.1016/j.neuron.2019.12.023.

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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.

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Additional Information:© 2019 Elsevier Inc. Available online 19 February 2020, Version of Record 19 February 2020. 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. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent the views of the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Health and Human Services, or the United States Government.
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Official Citation:Michael Milham, et. al., Accelerating the Evolution of Nonhuman Primate Neuroimaging, Neuron, Volume 105, Issue 4, 2020, Pages 600-603, ISSN 0896-6273, (
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