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Title10Kin1day: A bottom-up neuroimaging initiative
Author(s)van den Heuvel, Martijn P.
Scholtens, Lianne H.
van der Burgh, Hannelore K.
Agosta, Federica
Alloza, Clara
Arango, Celso
Auyeung, Bonnie
Baron-Cohen, Simon
Basaia, Silvia
Benders, Manon J. N. L.
Beyer, Frauke
Kostic, Vladimir S.
Krug, Axel
Lawrie, Stephen M.
Lebedeva, Irina S.
Lee, Edwin H. M.
Lopez-Jaramillo, Carlos
Lett, Tristram A.
Lewis, Simon J. G.
Liem, Franziskus
Lombardo, Michael V.
McDonald, Colm
Margulies, Daniel S.
Markett, Sebastian
Marques, Paulo
Martínez-Zalacaín, Ignacio
McIntosh, Andrew M.
McPhilemy, Genevieve
Meinert, Susanne L.
Menchón, José M.
Mérillat, Susan
Montag, Christian
Moreira, Pedro S.
Morgado, Pedro
Mothersill, David O.
Naumczyk, Patrycja
Müller, Hans-Peter
Nabulsi, Leila
Najt, Pablo
Narkiewicz, Krzysztof
Oranje, Bob
Ortiz-Garcia de la Foz, Victor
Peper, Jiska S.
Pineda, Julian A.
Rosa, Pedro G. P.
Rasser, Paul E.
Redlich, Ronny
Repple, Jonathan
Reuter, Martin
Serpa, Mauricio H.
Ruigrok, Amber N. V.
Sabisz, Agnieszka
Schall, Ulrich
Seedat, Soraya
Skouras, Stavros
Soriano-Mas, Carles
Sousa, Nuno
Szurowska, Edyta
van Erp, Theo G. M.
Tomyshev, Alexander S.
Tordesillas-Gutierrez, Diana
Valk, Sofie L.
van den Berg, Leonard H.
Vollmar, Christian.
van Haren, Neeltje E. M.
van Leeuwen, Judith M. C.
Villringer, Arno
Vinkers, Christiaan H.
Waller, Lea
Walter, Henrik
Whalley, Heather C.
Witkowska, Marta
Booij, Linda
Witte, A Veronica
Zanetti, Marcus V.
Zhang, Rui
de Lange, Siemon C.
Chaim-Avancini, Tiffany M.
Braun, Kees P. J.
Filho, Geraldo Busatto
Cahn, Wiepke
Cannon, Dara M.
Chan, Sandra S. M.
Chen, Eric Y. H
Crespo-Facorro, Benedicto
Crone, Eveline A.
Dannlowski, Udo
de Zwarte, Sonja M. C.
Dietsche, Bruno
Donohoe, Gary
Plessis, Stefan Du
Filippi, Massimo
Durston, Sarah
Díaz-Caneja, Covadonga M.
Díaz-Zuluaga, Ana M.
Emsley, Robin
Frodl, Thomas
Gorges, Martin
Graff, Beata
Grotegerd, Dominik
Gąsecki, Dariusz
Hall, Julie M.
Holleran, Laurena
Holt, Rosemary
Hopman, Helene J.
Kaleda, Vasiliy G.
Jansen, Andreas
Janssen, Joost
Jodzio, Krzysztof
Jäncke, Lutz
Kassubek, Jan
Masouleh, Shahrzad Kharabian
Kircher, Tilo
Koevoets, Martijn G. J. C.
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Issue date2019
PublisherFrontiers Media
JournalFrontiers in Neurology
Citationvan den Heuvel, M. P., Scholtens, L. H., van der Burgh, H. K., Agosta, F., Alloza, C., Arango, C., . . . Lange, S. C. d. (2019). 10Kin1day: A Bottom-Up Neuroimaging Initiative. [10.3389/fneur.2019.00425]. Frontiers in Neurology, 10, 425.
Abstract(s)We organized 10Kin1day, a pop-up scientific event with the goal to bring together neuroimaging groups from around the world to jointly analyze 10,000+ existing MRI connectivity datasets during a 3-day workshop. In this report, we describe the motivation and principles of 10Kin1day, together with a public release of 8,000+ MRI connectome maps of the human brain. Ongoing grand-scale projects like the European Human Brain Project (1), the US Brain Initiative (2), the Human Connectome Project (3), the Chinese Brainnetome (4) and exciting world-wide neuroimaging collaborations such as ENIGMA (5) herald the new era of big neuroscience. In conjunction with these major undertakings, there is an emerging trend for bottom-up initiatives, starting with small-scale projects built upon existing collaborations and infrastructures. As described by Mainen et al. (6), these initiatives are centralized around self-organized groups of researchers working on the same challenges and sharing interests and specialized expertise. These projects could scale and open up to a larger audience and other disciplines over time, eventually lining up and merging their findings with other programs to make the bigger picture.
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