The BRAINnet database contains data for a range of healthy people and those experiencing a range of brain-related illnesses.
Data collected is from a range of difference types of data including genomic information, electrical measures of brain and body function, structural and functional MRI, cognitive and medical history data.
What is unique about the BRAINnet database?
The BRAINnet database contains all these different types of data in the same people. The following table details the clinical groups and the data that is available across subjects.
BRAINnet database: Normative, Patient and Special Groups
- Patient groups are diagnosed independently using gold standards (eg. structured clinical interview for DSM-IV criteria)
- Normative groups screened for healthy status, including personal and family history