Workgroups and Taskforces

The ABCD Consortium has established workgroups to guide the development, refinement, and dissemination of the study design, protocols, informatics and software to facilitate the implementation of the study. Comprised of ABCD investigators and collaborators with domain expertise, each workgroup meets regularly to assess and address the relevant needs of the consortium in light of scientific or technological advancements. ABCD task forces are formed to focus on and address emerging problems and issues with an impact on the ABCD Study. These task forces are generally time-limited.

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Assessment Workgroups

Reviews the current state-of-the-science to recommend appropriate non-imaging measures for inclusion in the protocol considering developmental appropriateness, psychometrics, anticipated stability and change over the study period, harmonization with the larger research literature, articulation with the entire measurement battery, and subject burden. When indicated, the assessment groups make recommendations for modifications to the assessments that might be indicated by new scientific findings, improved technologies, or demonstrated limitations of existing protocols (e.g., decreasing sensitivity to maturing cohort).


Mental Health

Focuses on identifying a core set of measures to obtain information from parents and children on mental health relevant experiences, behaviors, and attitudes, and environmental exposures important for mental health.

Workgroup Chairs:
Barch, Deanna (Co-Chair) – Washington University in St. Louis; Email: [email protected]
Potter, Alexandra (Co-Chair) – University of Vermont; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Albaugh, Matt – University of Vermont
Aupperle, Robin – Laureate Institute for Brain Research
Avenevoli, Shelli – National Institute of Mental Health
Baskin-Sommers, Arielle – Yale University
Blachman-Denner, Dara – Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research
Bryant, Brittany – Medical University of South Carolina
Clark, Duncan – University of Pittsburgh
Foxe, John – University of Rochester
Gee, Dylan – Yale University
Giedd, Jay – University of California San Diego
Glantz, Meyer – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Hudziak, Jim – University of Vermont
Johns, Michelle – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Karcher, Nicole – Washington University in St. Louis
Kelley, Barbara – National Institute of Justice
Larson, Christine – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
LeBlanc, Kimberly – National Institute on Drug Abuse
McGlade, Erin – University of Utah
Mulford, Carrie – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Nagel, Bonnie – Oregon Health & Science University
Neigh, Gretchen – Virginia Commonwealth University
Sher, Ken – University of Missouri
Tapert, Susan – University of California San Diego

Trainee Members:
Beckford, Emil – Yale University
Diaz, Vanessa – University of California San Diego
Lewis, Maya – University of Maryland at Baltimore


Gender Identity & Sexual Health

This workgroup recommends developmentally sensitive assessments of constructs related to gender identity and sexual behavior, and monitors the ongoing collection of this data.

Workgroup Chair:
Barrios, Lisa (Co-Chair) – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Email: [email protected]
Potter, Alexandra (Co-Chair) – University of Vermont; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Bookheimer, Susan – University of California Los Angeles
Feldstein-Ewing, Sarah – Oregon Health & Science University
Freedman, Ed – University of Rochester
Hoffman, Elizabeth – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Ivanona, Masha – University of Vermont
Johns, Michelle – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
McGlade, Erin – University of Utah
Robin, Leah – Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Trainee Member:
Calonge, Olive – Virginia Commonwealth University
Diaz, Vanessa – University of California San Diego
Dube, Sarahjane – University of Vermont
Jefferys, Hailee – Washington University in St. Louis
Mikes, Aniko – University of Maryland at Baltimore


Physical Health

Focuses on identifying a core set of measures to obtain information from parents and children on physical health relevant attributes and behaviors, and environmental exposures important for physical health.

Workgroup Chairs:
Yurgelun-Todd, Deborah (Co-Chair) – The University of Utah; Email: [email protected]
Sowell, Elizabeth (Co-Chair) – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles/University of Southern California; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Baker, Fiona – SRI International
Chang, Linda – University of Maryland at Baltimore
Clark, Duncan – University of Pittsburgh
Dagher, Rada – National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities
Huber, Rebekah – University of Utah
Jernigan, Terry – University of California San Diego
LeBlanc, Kimberly – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Lee, Karen – Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
Lisdahl, Krista – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Marshall, Andrew – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Neigh, Gretchen – Virginia Commonwealth University
Renshaw, Perry – The University of Utah
Rhee, Kay – University of California San Diego
Snyder, Joni – National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI)
Tapert, Susan – University of California San Diego
Uban, Kristina –  University of California, Irvine

Post-Doctoral Fellow Members:
Adise, Shana – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Palmer, Clare – University of California San Diego
Patterson, Megan – University of Colorado Boulder
Sheth, Chandni – The University of Utah

Non-Member Consultant :
Miyashita, Yosuke – UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh

Trainee Members:
Coronado, Clarisa – University of California San Diego


NeuroCognition

Neurocognitive measures collectively assess participants’ levels of crystallized and fluid reasoning, reading ability, working memory, behavioral inhibition, verbal learning and memory, sequencing skills, processing speed, attention, and visuospatial reasoning. Measures were selected to maximize data quality across the ten year longitudinal assessment, and to be sensitive to small changes in cognitive efficiency as children move from adolescence into adulthood.

Workgroup Chairs:
Luciana, Monica (Co-Chair) – University of Minnesota; Email: [email protected]
Bjork, Jim (Co-Chair) – Virginia Commonwealth University; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Anokhin, Andrey – Washington University in St. Louis
Banich, Marie – University of Colorado Boulder
Barch, Deanna – Washington University in St. Louis
Bodison, Stefanie – University of Southern California
Haist, Frank – University of California San Diego
Friedman-Hill, Stacia – National Institute of Mental Health
Hoffman, Elizabeth – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Jacobus, Joanna – University of California San Diego
Marshall, Andrew – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
McGlade, Erin – The University of Utah
Nagel, Bonnie – Oregon Health & Science University
Nixon, Sara Jo – University of Florida
Prouty, Devin – SRI International
Schloesser, Dana – Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research / National Institutes of Health
Tapert, Susan – University of California San Diego

Post-Doctoral Fellow Member:
Robledo-Gonzalez, Marybel – University of California San Diego

Non-Member Consultants:
Lisdahl, Krista – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
McCandliss, Bruce – Stanford University

Trainee Members:
Diaz, Vanessa – University of California San Diego
Doyle, Hope – Laureate Institute for Brain Research
Raasch, Borgne – University of Minnesota


Substance Use

Focuses on assessment of lifetime and recent quantity/frequency and patterns of use of all major drug categories (alcohol, nicotine, marijuana, caffeine, stimulants, ecstasy, depressants/sedatives, opiates, hallucinogens, steroids, and inhalants). Important predictors of substance use are also captured, including peer use, perceived harm of use, disapproval of use, availability of substances and intention to use. Measures were selected to be developmentally-appropriate and gated to: 1) avoid exposing non- or low-using youth to substance use questions; and 2) assess motives, expectancies, symptoms, craving and withdrawal in youth reporting use.

Workgroup Chairs:
Heitzeg, Mary (Co-Chair) – University of Michigan; Email: [email protected]
Lisdahl, Krista (Co-Chair) – Lisdahl, Krista – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Cloak, Christine – University of Maryland, Baltimore
Feldstein-Ewing, Sarah – Oregon Health & Science University
Gonzalez, Raul – Florida International University
Haist, Frank – University of California San Diego
Kaufman, Annette – National Cancer Institute
LeBlanc, Kimberly – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Lopez, Marsha – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Madden, Pam – Washington University in St. Louis
Sher, Ken – University of Missouri
Tapert, Susan – University of California San Diego
Wade, Tasha – University of California San Diego

Post-Doctoral Fellow Members:
Martz, Meghan – University of Michigan
Pelham, Will – University of California San Diego
Ross, Jessica (Megan) – University of Colorado Boulder

Trainee Members:
Bravo, Ana – Florida International University
Coronado, Clarisa – University of California San Diego
Tuvel, Abigail – University of Colorado Boulder


Culture & Environment

Selects measures of socio-cultural and environmental factors that may confer risk or protection to the development of health or mental health problems in youth. Whenever possible, measures are chosen to be brief, appropriate for administration throughout adolescence, and valid across cultures. The domains that are assessed span individual, family, school, and neighborhood factors and include prosocial behaviors, problem solving, independence/self-reliance, acculturation, biculturalism, parental monitoring, parental warmth, family conflict, familism, school environment, and neighborhood safety.

Workgroup Chairs:
Zucker, Bob (Co-Chair) – University of Michigan; Email: [email protected]
Gonzalez, Raul (Co-Chair) – Florida International University; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Feldstein-Ewing, Sarah – Oregon Health & Science University
Howlett, Katia – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Infante, Alejandra – University of California San Diego
Iyengar, Sunil – National Endowment for the Arts
Jean-Francois, Beda – National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities
LeBlanc, Kimberly – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Mason, Michael – University of Tennessee
Morris, Amanda – Laureate Institute for Brain Research
Sanchez, Mariana – Florida International University
Tapert, Susan – University of California San Diego

Post-Doctoral Fellow Members:
Robledo-Gonzalez, Marybel – University of California San Diego
Thompson, Erin – Florida International University

Trainee Members:
de Arellano, Abigail – Medical University of South Carolina
Diaz, Vanessa – University of California San Diego
Jennings, Essence – Medical University of South Carolina

Retention Workgroup

Ensures that all aspects of participant retention are monitored, consistent with the sampling methods and design, including suggesting new metrics and strategies to inform targeted interventions to improve retention.

Workgroup Chairs:
Feldstein-Ewing, Sarah (Co-Chair) – Oregon Health & Science University; Email: [email protected]
Garavan, Hugh (Co-Chair) – University of Vermont; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Anokhin, Andrey – Washington University in St. Louis
Brown, Sandra – University of California San Diego
Bryant, Brittany – Medical University of South Carolina
Chang, Linda – University of Maryland at Baltimore
Cottler, Linda – University of Florida
Dowling, Gaya – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
LeBlanc, Kimberly – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Puttler, Leon – University of Michigan
Tapert, Susan – University of California San Diego
Wilson, Sylia – University of Minnesota

Trainee Member:
Castro, Norma – University of California San Diego
Fullerton, Caroline – Washington University in St. Louis

Biostatistics Workgroup

Ensures the biostatistical approaches used to address the study aims are optimal for, and take full advantage of, all aspects of the study design.

Workgroup Chair:
Thompson, Wes (Chair) – University of California San Diego; ; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Dick, Anthony – Florida International University
Fan, Chun Chieh – University of California San Diego
Garavan, Hugh – University of Vermont
Grant, Steve – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Hagler, Donald – University of California San Diego
Haist, Frank – University of California San Diego
Hawes, Samuel – Florida International University
Heeringa, Steve – University of Michigan
Heyser, Charles – University of California San Diego
Hoffman, Elizabeth – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Marshall, Andrew – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Neale, Michael – Virginia Commonwealth University
Paulus, Martin – Laureate Institute for Brain Research
Pariyadath, Vani – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Reuter, Chase – University of California San Diego
Sher, Kenneth – University of Missouri
Sripada, Chandra  –  University of Michigan

Post-Doctoral Fellow Members:
Feczko, Eric – University of Minnesota

Non-Member Consultant:
Nichols, Tom – University of Warwick, UK

Trainee Members:
Hahn, Sage – University of Vermont
Lopez, Daniel – University of Rochester
Zahs, Dan – University of Michigan

Genetics Workgroup

Workgroup Chairs:
Fan, Chun Chieh (Co-Chair) – University of California San Diego; Email: [email protected]
Hewitt, John (Co-Chair) – CUB; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Arpana, Agrawal – Washington University in St. Louis
Brown, Sandra – University of California San Diego
Dale, Anders – University of California San Diego
Garavan, Hugh – University of Vermont
Heyser, Charles – University of California San Diego
Jernigan, Terry – University of California San Diego
LeBlanc, Kimberly – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Little, Roger – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Madden, Pam – Washington University in St. Louis
Neale, Michael – Virginia Commonwealth University
Thompson, Wes – University of California San Diego
Vrieze, Scott – University of Minnesota

Trainee Member:
Howard, Ana – Oregon Health & Science University

Linked External Data Subgroups

Policy
Workgroup Chairs:
Co-Chair: Thompson, Wes – University of California San Diego, [email protected]
Co-Chair: Lisdahl, Krista – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, [email protected]
Full Members:
Baskin-Sommers, Arielle – Yale University
Brown, Sandra – University of California San Diego
Heyser, Charles – University of California San Diego
Howlett, Katia – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Tapert, Susan – University of California San Diego
Post-doctoral Fellow Member:
Ross, Jessica Megan – University of Colorado Boulder
Non-Member Consultants:
Pacula, Rosalie – University of Southern California
Shi, Yuyan – University of California San Diego

Electronic Health Records
Full Members:
Brown, Sandra – University of California San Diego
Chieh Fan, Chun – University of California San Diego
Dowling, Gaya – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Heyser, Charles – University of California San Diego
Howlett, Katia – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Tapert, Susan – University of California San Diego
Thompson, Wes – University of California San Diego

School Records
Workgroup Chairs:
Co-Chair: Thompson, Wes – University of California San Diego, [email protected]
Co-Chair: Hoffman, Elizabeth – NIDA/NIH, [email protected]
Full Members:
Albro, Elizabeth – National Center for Education Research
Brown, Sandra – University of California San Diego
Chieh Fan, Chun – University of California San Diego
Dowling, Gaya – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Heyser, Charles – University of California San Diego
Jernigan, Terry – University of California San Diego
Johns, Michelle – NIH CDC Division of Adolescent and School Health
McCandliss, Bruce – Stanford University
Tapert, Susan – University of California San Diego
Post-Doctoral Fellow Member:
Gonzalez, Marybel – University of California San Diego
Trainee Member:
Diaz, Vanessa – University of California San Diego

Environment
Workgroup Chairs:
Co-Chair: Thompson, Wes – University of California San Diego, [email protected]
Co-Chair: Herting, Megan – USC-CHLA, [email protected]
Full Members:
Barch, Deanna – Washington University in St. Louis
Chieh Fan, Chun – University of California San Diego
Dowling, Gaya – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Heyser, Charles – University of California San Diego
Marshall, Andrew – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Payne-Sturges, Devon – University of Maryland, Baltimore
Renshaw, Perry – University of Utah
Smolker, Harry – University of Colorado
Sowell, Elizabeth – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Tapert, Susan – University of California San Diego
Post-Doctoral Fellow Members:
Cardenas-Iniguez, Carlos – University of Southern California
Gonzalez, Marybel – University of California San Diego
Trainee Member:
Badilla, Paola – University of Colorado Boulder

Novel Technologies Workgroup

Focuses on methods to collect key information with minimal burden to participants, often using technology. One project will use wearable sensors (e.g., Fitbits) to measure activity, sleep, and other health indicators in youth. Social media use, including mobile applications for data collection, may also be explored in the future.

Workgroup Chairs:
Baker, Fiona (Co-Chair) – SRI International; Email: [email protected]
Fuemmeler, Bernard (Co-Chair) – Virginia Commonwealth University; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Aklin, Will – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Allen, Nicholas – University of Oregon
Bagot, Kara – Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Brown, Sandra – University of California San Diego
Hoffman, Elizabeth – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Howlett, Katia – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Iyengar, Sunil – National Endowment for the Arts
Jean-Francois, Beda – National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities
Lisdahl, Krista – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Marshall, Andrew – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Mason, Michael – University of Tennessee Knoxville
Neale, Michael – Virginia Commonwealth University
Squeglia, Lindsay – Medical University of South Carolina
Sowell, Elizabeth – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles/University of Southern
Tapert, Susan – University of California San Diego
Tomko, Rachel – Medical University of South Carolina
Vrieze, Scott – University of Minnesota
Wade, Natasha – University of California San Diego
Wolff Hughes, Dana – Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research / National Institutes of Health

Post-Doctoral Fellow Members:
Knisian, Albert – Virginia Commonwealth University

Trainee Members:
Coronado, Clarisa – University of California San Diego
Redhead, John – Medical University of South Carolina

Community Engagement & Dissemination

Develops and implements a strategy to effectively engage ABCD stakeholders, promote awareness about the study and its benefits, and encourage participation in the study by developing outreach materials (e.g., website, brochures, recruitment letters, videos), identifying vehicles and influencers to amplify our message to further raise awareness, and working with the Coordinating Center to monitor site outreach to identify gaps and propose solutions when needed. The group also coordinates the dissemination of study findings to stakeholders and constituents as they are available.

Workgroup Chairs:
Hoffman, Elizabeth (Co-Chair) – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health; Email: [email protected]
Howlett, Katia (Co-Chair) – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Brown, Sandra – University of California San Diego
Casey, BJ – Yale University
Garavan, Hugh – University of Vermont
Heyser, Charles – University of California San Diego
Jernigan, Terry – University of California San Diego
Sowell, Elizabeth – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles / University of Southern California
Squeglia, Lindsay – Medical University of South Carolina
Tapert, Susan – University of California San Diego
Wargo, Eric – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Weistrop, Rachel – University of California San Diego

Trainee Member:
Cisneros, Cynthia – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

Bioethics & Medical Oversight Advisory Group

Workgroup Chair:
Clark, Duncan (Chair) – – University of Pittsburgh; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Bloss, Cinnamon – University of California San Diego
Bookheimer, Susan – – University of California Los Angeles
Brown, Sandra – University of California San Diego
Evans, John – University of California San Diego
Heyser, Charles – University of California San Diego
Hudziak, Jim – University of Vermont
Matochik, John – National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Pfefferbaum, Dolf – SRI International

COVID-19 Rapid Response Research Taskforce

Coordinates the COVID-19 Rapid Response Research data collection, workflow, quality control, analysis, and dissemination of findings pertaining to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the ABCD cohort. In March 2020, when our participants were ages 11-13, the world became substantially affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to an upheaval in the economy and the lives of almost every family. This project surveys all ABCD participants and their parents about the pandemic’s impact of them over the months of school closures, job loss, disease spread, and, potentially, recovery. Additional data are collected from a brief questionnaire in the annual protocol and a subset of participants who wore Fitbit activity monitors for the first 4 months of the pandemic. Active March 2020 – present.

Tapert, Susan (Chair) – University of California San Diego
Baker, Fiona – SRI International
Baskin-Sommers, Arielle – Yale University
Brown, Sandra – University of California San Diego
Coronado, Clarisa – University of California San Diego
Dick, Anthony – Florida International University
Dowling, Gaya – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Guillaume, Mathieu – Stanford University
Gutierrez, Alissa – University of California San Diego
Hoffman, Elizabeth – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Kiss, Orsolya – SRI International
Lisdahl, Krista – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
McCabe, Connor – University of California San Diego
McCandliss, Bruce – Stanford University
Marshall, Andrew – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Pelham, William – University of California San Diego
Robledo Gonzalez, Marybel – University of California San Diego
Rodriguez Alzueta,Elisabet – SRI International
Sheth, Chandni – University of Utah
Sowell, Elizabeth – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Stinson, Ashley – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Van Rinsveld, Amandine – Stanford University
Wade, Natasha – University of California San Diego
Wing, David – University of California San Diego

Scale Up Taskforce

Active March 2020 – present

Banich, Marie – University of Colorado Boulder
Benjamin, David – University of California San Diego
Bookheimer, Susan – University of California Los Angeles
Brown, Sandra – University of California San Diego
Caldera, Christina – UCLA
Dowling, Gaya – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Gallert, Erin – University of Minnesota
Hammer, Micah – University of Minnesota
Heitzeg, Mary – University of Michigan
Heyser, Charles – University of California San Diego
Howard, Ana – Oregon Health and Science University
Jernigan, Terry – University of California San Diego
Keith, Jennifer – University of Colorado Boulder
Luciana, Monica – University of Minnesota
Luu, Trinh – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Morton, Brittany – Medical University of South Carolina
Paulus, Martin – Laureate Institute for Brain Research
Slepicka, Kalina – University of Michigan
Speck, Julianna – University of Michigan
Speer, Nicole – University of Colorado Boulder
Squeglia, Lindsay – Medical University of South Carolina
Thompson, Wes – University of California San Diego

Crisis and Communications Team

Workgroup Chair:
Brown, Sandra (Chair) – University of California San Diego; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Dale, Anders – University of California San Diego
Diaz, Angela – University of California San Diego
Dowling, Gaya – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Foxe, John – University of Rochester
Gattas, Jeffrey – University of California San Diego
Isaiah, Amal – University of Maryland
Jernigan, Terry – University of California San Diego
Nixon, Sara Jo – University of Florida

Image Acquisition

Oversees the design of appropriate MRI protocols for structural and functional imaging and behavioral measures, quality control procedures, and calibration within – and across – scanners and sites, and manages problems associated with scanner and software upgrades and functional MRI task optimization and code. This workgroup consists of voting members, site affiliates, fellows, consultants and NIH representation to meet these goals.


Members

Workgroup Chairs:
Casey, BJ (Co-Chair) – Yale University; Email: [email protected]
Dale, Anders (Co-Chair) – University of California San Diego; Email: [email protected]
Fair, Damien (Co-Chair) – University of Minnesota; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Banich, Marie – University of Colorado Boulder
Bjork, Jim – Virginia Commonwealth University
Bodurka, Jerzy – Laureate Institute for Brain Research
Ernst, Thomas – University of Maryland at Baltimore
Galvan, Adriana – University of California, Los Angeles
Garavan, Hugh – University of Vermont
Harms, Michael – Washington University in St. Louis
Heitzeg, Mary – University of Michigan
Hoffman, Elizabeth – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Kuperman, Josh – University of California San Diego
Laird, Angela – Florida International University
Luna, Beatriz – University of Pittsburgh
Prescot, Andrew – University of Utah
Thomas, Kathleen – University of Minnesota
Zhong, Jianhui – University of Rochester


Site Affiliates

Barch, Deanna – Washington University in St. Louis
Bartsch, Hauke – University of California, San Diego
Breslin, Florence – Laureate Institute for Brain Research
Chaarani, Bader – University of Vermont
Chang, Linda – University of Maryland at Baltimore
Constable, Todd – Yale University
Dick, Anthony – Florida International University
Dumas, Julie – University of Vermont
Fox, John J. – University of Rochester
Freedman, Ed – University of Rochester
Hagler, Donald – University of California San Diego
Haist, Frank – University of California, San Diego
Harms, Michael – Washington University in St. Louis
Huber, Rebekah – University of Utah
Jacobus, Joanna – University of California, San Diego
Kan, Eric Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Kennedy, David – Umass Medical School
Mueller, Bryon – University of Minnesota
Paulus, Martin – Laureate Institute for Brain Research
Polimeni, Jonathan – MGH/Harvard
Renshaw, Perry – University of Utah
Rosen, Bruce MGH/Harvard
Shukla, Dinesh – University of Maryland at Baltimore
Sutherland, Matthew – Florida International University
Thompson, Wes – University of California, San Diego
Watts, Richard – University of Vermont
Welsh, Robert C. – University of Utah


Fellows

Brima, Tufikameni – University of Rochester
Calabro, Finnegan – University of Pittsburgh
Cannonier, Tariq – Yale University
Cervera, Alessandra – Yale University
Cohen, Ali Weill – Cornell Medical College/NYU
Conley, May – Yale University
Earl, Eric – Oregon Health & Science University
Koller, Jonathan – Washington University in St. Louis
Martinez, Steven – Yale University
May, April – University of California, San Diego
Orr, Catherine – University of Vermont
Perrone, Anders – Oregon Health & Science University
Riedel, Michael – Florida International University
Robbins, Maria – Yale University
Rosenberg, Monica – Yale University
Soules, Mary – University of Michigan
Speer, Nicole – University of Colorado Boulder
Sturgeon, Darrick – Oregon Health & Science University
Wang, Kai – University of Colorado Boulder
Wilbur, Aimee – SRI International


Consultants

Bandettini, Peter – National Institute of Mental Health
Dosenbach, Nico – Washington University in St. Louis
Nichols, Tom – University of Oxford, UK
Petersen, Steven – Washington University in St. Louis
Wager, Tor – University of Colorado Boulder


NIH Representatives

Friedman-Hill, Stacia – National Institute of Mental Health
Grant, Steve – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Pierpaoli, Carlo – National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering

Image Analysis

Oversees the implementation of analysis workflows for structural and functional imaging measures, including cortical and subcortical segmentation, diffusion MRI tractography, and task-related and resting state fMRI.

Workgroup Chair:
Dale, Anders (Chair) – University of California, San Diego; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Casey, BJ – Yale University
Chaarani, Bader – University of Vermont
Fair, Damien – University of Minnesota
Fischl, Bruce – Massachusetts General Hospital
Garavan, Hugh – University of Vermont
Hagler, Don – University of California San Diego
Hoffman, Elizabeth – National Institute on Drug Abuse / National Institutes of Health
Lim, Kelvin – University of Minnesota
Matochik, John – National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Pariyadath, Vani – National Institute on Drug Abuse
Petersen, Steve – Washington University in St. Louis
Pierpaoli, Carlo – National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Intramural Research Program
Prescot, Andrew – The University of Utah
Simmons, Kyla – Laureate Institute for Brain Research
Thompson, Paul – University of Southern California
Yang, Yaling – Children’s Hospital Los Angeles / University of Southern California

Informatics

Oversees the implementation of appropriate software solutions and hardware infrastructure for storage and databasing of raw and derived data across all domains, including imaging, all assessment data, genetic and other biological data, and mobile technologies.

Workgroup Chair:
Kennedy, David (Chair) – University of Massachusetts Amherst; Email: [email protected]

Full Members:
Bartsch, Hauke – University of California San Diego
Dale, Anders – University of California San Diego
Farber, Greg – National Institute of Mental Health
Hall, Dan – National Institute of Mental Health Data Archive
Jernigan, Terry – University of California San Diego
Laird, Angela – Florida International University
Marcus, Dan – Washington University in St. Louis
Mueller, Michael – University of Maryland at Baltimore
Noronha, Antonio – National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
Tapert, Susan – University of California San Diego