Below you will find a list of publications from work that has been supported by ONDRI and the Ontario Brain Institute.
Each title is linked to its PubMed listing and abstract or, if the article is open-access, to the article itself.
All proposals must include a final authorship statement reflecting the ONDRI collaboration.
The preferred phrase is: “…the ONDRI Study Group” and can be placed either before or after the last author.
ONDRI Founding Investigators Acknowledgement
ONDRI Founding Investigators and ONDRI Investigators must be acknowledged in manuscripts that summarize findings of the study.
This work was completed on behalf of the Ontario Neurodegenerative Disease Research Initiative (ONDRI). The authors would like to acknowledge the ONDRI Founding Authors: Robert Bartha, Sandra E. Black, Michael Borrie, Dale Corbett, Elizabeth Finger, Morris Freedman, Barry Greenberg, David A. Grimes, Robert A. Hegele, Chris Hudson, Anthony E. Lang, Mario Masellis, William E. McIlroy, Paula M. McLaughlin, Manuel Montero-Odasso, David G. Munoz, Douglas P. Munoz, J.B. Orange, Michael J. Strong, Stephen C. Strother, Richard H. Swartz, Sean Symons, Maria Carmela Tartaglia, Angela Troyer and Lorne Zinman.
Full list of authors must be provided to Journal as collaborators list.
ONDRI and OBI research funding must be acknowledged on all ONDRI Publications. The Default statement can be found below.
Ontario Brain Institute Acknowledgement Statement
This research was conducted with the support of the Ontario Brain Institute, an independent non-profit corporation, funded partially by the Ontario government. The opinions, results and conclusions are those of the authors and no endorsement by the Ontario Brain Institute is intended or should be inferred.
Where a statement acknowledging other funding sources is necessary but not available, the wording should be drafted by the first author, discussed and agreed upon by all co-authors, with oversight and arbitration when necessary by the Publication Committee.
Matching Funds Statement
Matching funds were provided by participant hospital and research foundations, including the Baycrest Foundation, Bruyere Research Institute, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Foundation, London Health Sciences Foundation,McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences, Ottawa Brain and Mind Research Institute, Queen’s University Faculty of Health Sciences, the Thunder Bay Regional Heath Sciences Centre, the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, and the Windsor/Essex County ALS Association.
The Temerty Family Foundation provided the major infrastructure matching funds.
The Utility of multivariate outlier detection techniques for data quality evaluation in large studies: an application within the ONDRI Project
Journal: BMC Medical Research Methodology
Author: Kelly M Sunderland
Brain-CODE: A Secure Neuroinformatics Platform for Management, Federation, Sharing and Analysis of Multi-Dimensional Neuroscience Data
Journal: Frontiers In Neuroinformatics
Author: Anthony L. Vaccarino
Targeted Next-generation Sequencing and Bioinformatics Pipeline to Evaluate Genetic Determinants of Constitutional Disease
Journal: Journal of Visualized Experiments
Author: Allison A Dilliott
Motor Phenotype in Neurodegenerative Disorders: Gait and Balance Platform Study Design Protocol for the Ontario Neurodegenerative Research Initiative (ONDRI).
Journal: Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease
Author: Manuel Montero-Odasso