Indiana Imaging and Biomarker Neurorepository
The Indiana Imaging and Biomarker Neurorepository provides a framework for collection of imaging and laboratory data, coupled with electronic medical records, with the goal of advancing the understanding of health conditions and treatments affecting the brain through the creation of a large research database. It also serves as a patient registry for future research participation. Pictured here are Ian SerVaas, MA, and Megan Morris, BS, Research Coordinators for the Repository.
Andrew Saykin, PsyD, is the principal investigator of the project. "The Neurorepository is a great example of collaborative team science,” explains Saykin. “Radiologists, imaging scientists, neuroscientists, geneticists, computer scientists and other disciplines were all involved in the design of the project.”