Brain-CODE: A Secure Neuroinformatics Platform for Management, Federation, Sharing and Analysis of Multi-Dimensional Neuroscience Data

May 2018 
Journal: Frontiers In Neuroinformatics
Lead Author: Anthony L. Vaccarino

All Authors: Anthony L. Vaccarino, Moyez Dharsee , Stephen Strother, Don Aldridge, Stephen R. Arnott, Brendan Behan, Costas Dafnas, Fan Dong, Kenneth Edgecombe, Rachad El-Badrawi, Khaled El-Emam, Tom Gee, Susan G. Evans, Mojib Javadi, Francis Jeanson, Shannon Lefaivre, Kristen Lutz, F. Chris MacPhee, Jordan Mikkelsen, Tom Mikkelsen, Nicholas Mirotchnick, Tanya Schmah, Christa M. Studzinski, Donald T. Stuss, Elizabeth Theriault and Kenneth R. Evans

Ontario Brain Institute supports multidisciplinary collaborative research networks from across Canada focusing on various brain conditions. These programs generate large volumes of data that are integrated within Brain-CODE to support scientific inquiry across multiple brain disorders. Data in Brain-CODE will generate new hypotheses about brain disorders and underlying causes, and ultimately promote new discoveries to improve patient care.