NeuroDataScience - ORIGAMI lab: We are a research group at the Montreal Neurological Institute. Our aim is to produce and promote open and reproducible neuroimaging research, with a focus on neuroimaging data science and neuroinformatics. We develop methods and tools to best analyse neuroimaging and genetics data, and strive to produce and foster more reproducible and replicable science in our field, and more generally in the life sciences.

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Research

Replicability of large dataset data-driven results in smaller local datasets

An example of ICA network of Parkinson disease
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Data-driven approaches to cognitive and computational auditory neuroscience

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Machine Learning for the Cognitive Neurosciences

Teaching workshop for applying ML methods to neuroscience

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Estimating analytic bias in fMRI meta-analyses

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How to handle dataset shifts when applying machine learning to biomedical data

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Continuous testing of neuroimaging results across pipelines and datasets

Application to hearing loss associations with brain structure
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Building a normal brain aging model with MRI imaging data

Modelling the conditional quantile of the aging process
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People

Faculty

Jean-Baptiste Poline
Principal Investigator
Gaël Varoquaux
Visiting Professor (Research Director, Inria)

Researchers

Peer Herholz
Postdoctoral researcher
Qing Wang (Vincent)
Postdoctoral researcher
Jérôme Dockès
Postdoctoral researcher
Nikhil Bhagwat
Postdoctoral researcher

Staff

Alexandre Hutton
Research Assistant
Adam Trefonides
Adam Trefonides
Research Software Developer
Sebastian Urchs
Research Software Developer

Graduate Students

Kendra Oudyk
PhD student
Ting Zhang
Ting Zhang
PhD student
Mohammad Torabi
Mohammad Torabi
PhD student

Undergraduate Students

Kate Kim Undergraduate Researcher

Alumni

Alexandre Pérez Research Trainee
Lukas Shannon Undergraduate Researcher