Netherlands Node special session: Population-based neuroimaging
Population imaging deals with the systematic acquisition and analysis of medical imaging data in large population cohorts. The aim of population imaging is to discover and develop imaging biomarkers (objective measures of the presence and state of the disease), e.g. to predict or follow the development of disease.
There are a large number of ongoing population-based (neuro)imaging studies, and a number of large new initiatives have recently been announced, for an overview see http://www.populationimaging.eu
The goal of this workshop is to look into a number of fundamental neuroinformatics and other methodological issues that arise in setting up population studies, analyze their results and make the data available.
Outcome of the workshop "Share and Flourish, new standards for data sharing in the neurosciences"
Automated analysis methods for fMRI datasets and their role in the Human Connectome Project
Big data platforms for distributed processing of 3D/4D brain imaging data
Aad van der Lugt
Population Imaging, the Rotterdam experience
Neuroimaging data integration across scanners and protocols: the Biomarker Boosting project
Translating neuroimaging findings from research into clinical practice
Discussion moderated by Leon Kenemans
Requirements for future population studies