Neuro Image Research and Analysis Laboratory Attribution Share Alike Yes University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill NITRC UNC Primate Brain Atlas Yes Clementine Ouziel This symmetric atlas of the primate brain has been created using 18 cases of rhesus macaques aged 16-34 months. It includes the T1-weighted image (with and without skull), and also tissue segmentation probability maps (white matter, gray matter, CSF, rest), subcortical structures segmentation (amygdala, caudate, hippocampus, pallidus, putamen), and a lobar parcellation map. You can find more details about the creation of this atlas in the following paper : M. Styner, R. Knickmeyer, S. Joshi, C. Coe, S. J. Short, and J. Gilmore. Automatic brain segmentation in rhesus monkeys. In Proc SPIE Vol 6512, Medical Imaging, 2007, pp. 65122 L1-8 2009-2-13 Primate_Brain_Atlas UNC Primate Brain Atlas Nrrd, End Users, Atlas Data, Data, Bipolar Disorder, Autistic Disorder, Epilepsy, Alzheimer Disease, Schizophrenia, Cocaine-Related Disorders, Attribution Share Alike, MR,