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Creating a Pediatric Imaging-Genomics Data Resource; PING (Pediatric Imaging Neurocognition & Genetics) Study

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  1. Observational study


  1. Intervention
    magnetic resonance imaging
  2. Observational Method
    Magnetic resonance imaging
  3. Observational Method
    Cognitive function testing
  4. Observational Method
    Genetic screening using saliva
  5. Resource Description
    "The goal of this study is to evaluate how genes may influence brain development through the creation and use of a pediatric imaging and genomics data resource. This is a multicenter study that will involve investigators from 9 participating sites: University of Hawaii at Manoa, HI University of San Diego, CA Johns Hopkins University/Kennedy Kreiger Institute, MD Yale University, CT Cornell University/Sackler Institute, NY University of California Los Angeles, CA University of California Davis, CA University of Massachusetts, MA Massachusetts General Hospital, MA Together, they will study 1400 children using advanced magnetic resonance imagine (MRI) techniques, the NIH Toolbox to assess cognitive function, and screening of genes in the saliva."
  6. Contact
    Shiramizu, Bruce
  7. PI
    Ernst, Thomas, Ph.D.
  8. Study Population
    1400 children, 3 - 20 years of age.
  9. Website(s)
  10. Funded by
    National Institutes of Health
  11. Performed by
    Ernst Lab
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Copyright © 2016 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College
The eagle-i Consortium is supported by NIH Grant #5U24RR029825-02 / Copyright 2016