Over 1,000 papers related to the ABCD Study® have been published


Responsible use and communication of race and ethnicity in neuroimaging research

Read the perspective in Nature Neuroscience by Drs. Carlos Cardenas-Iniguez and Marybel R Gonzalez.


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Improving research frameworks to enable rigorous study of the effects of racism on brain and behavioral health across the lifespan


Recent Webinar – Youth Experiences During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Findings from the ABCD Study®

APRIL 2 – Scientists working with data from the ABCD Study discussed how living through the COVID-19 pandemic affected adolescents in the U.S.


Participant Resources

ABCD participants can now access resume and career resources, as well as information on substance use risk and prevention, on the ABCD website!

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Congressional Briefing

The ABCD Study was featured in a U.S. Congressional Briefing on social media and youth mental health. The event was sponsored by the American Brain Coalition.

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The NIH Brain Development Cohorts (NBDC) Biospecimen Access Program has now launched!

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Better Together.

Diversity and Inclusion are core values of the ABCD community of staff, researchers and administrators.

Research is a powerful agent for social change and we work every day to transform the culture of our institutions to support the core values of diversity and inclusion through our research …


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Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development

The ABCD Study® is the largest long-term study of brain development and child health in the United States.