The NIH Human Connectome Project (HCP) is an ambitious effort to develop and share knowledge about the structural and functional connectivity of the human brain. Beginning in 2010, Blueprint has funded a range of projects to reveal the patterns of connections in the human brain at a number of developmental stages, and in health and disease states. In addition, the Connectome Coordination Facility, funded by Blueprint in 2015, maintains a central data repository for HCP data and offers advice to the research community regarding data collection strategies and harmonization. Additional information about these projects can be found by clicking on the titles, below.
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|Notice of Extension for Request for Information (RFI): Tools and Resources for Research in Neurodevelopment (Neuroscience Blueprint)||NOT-MH-06-116||June 15, 2006||January 01, 2021||Neurotherapeutics|