BIRN Data License Yes NITRC Multi-Modal MRI Reproducibility Resource Yes Joshua Benton We have acquired scan-rescan imaging sessions on 21 healthy volunteers (no history of neurological disease). Imaging modalities include MPRAGE, FLAIR, DTI, resting state fMRI, B0 and B1 field maps, ASL, VASO, quantitative T1 mapping, quantitative T2 mapping, and magnetization transfer imaging. All data have been converted to NIFTI format. This is intended to be a resource for statisticians and imaging scientists to be able to quantify the reproducibility of their imaging methods using data available from a generic "1 hour" session at 3T. Please cite: Bennett. A. Landman, Alan J. Huang, Aliya Gifford, Deepti S. Vikram, Issel Anne L. Lim, Jonathan A.D. Farrell, John A. Bogovic, Jun Hua, Min Chen, Samson Jarso, Seth A. Smith, Suresh Joel, Susumu Mori, James J. Pekar, Peter B. Barker, Jerry L. Prince, and Peter C.M. van Zijl. “Multi-Parametric Neuroimaging Reproducibility: A 3T Resource Study”, NeuroImage. (2010) NIHMS/PMC:252138 doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2010.11.047 2013-2-08 MMRR-3T7T-2: (scan-rescan 2 subjects acquired at 7T like MMRR-21) 2012-1-26 BIRN DTI Reproducibility (45 DTI datasets over 3 sessions) 2010-9-07 Intrasession Scan-Rescan 2010-6-23 Kirby 21 (2009) Multi-Modal MRI Reproducibility Resource NIfTI-1, Developers, End Users, Java Image Science Toolkit, MR, Data, BIRN Data License, Alzheimer Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Substance-Related Disorders http://www.nitrc.org/projects/multimodal/, http://www.nitrc.org/projects/multimodal/ joshua.d.benton@vanderbilt.edu