X
Search Filters
Format Format
Subjects Subjects
Subjects Subjects
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
meta-analysis (6) 6
multi-site (6) 6
diffusion tensor imaging (4) 4
heritability (4) 4
imaging genetics (4) 4
genetics (3) 3
humans (3) 3
index medicus (3) 3
neurosciences (3) 3
adolescent (2) 2
adult (2) 2
alzheimers-disease (2) 2
anisotropy (2) 2
brain (2) 2
common variants (2) 2
consortium (2) 2
dti (2) 2
enigma (2) 2
female (2) 2
genetic research (2) 2
gwas (2) 2
male (2) 2
medical and health sciences (2) 2
medicin och hälsovetenskap (2) 2
medicine (2) 2
mega-analysis (2) 2
meta-analysis as topic (2) 2
middle aged (2) 2
mri (2) 2
neuroimaging (2) 2
psychiatry (2) 2
reliability (2) 2
white matter (2) 2
young adult (2) 2
aged (1) 1
aged, 80 and over (1) 1
analysis (1) 1
animal models (1) 1
apolipoprotein-e (1) 1
article (1) 1
attention deficit disorder (1) 1
basic medicine (1) 1
behavior disorders (1) 1
behavioral neuroscience (1) 1
biomedical imaging (1) 1
biomedicine (1) 1
bipolar disorder (1) 1
bipolar disorder - genetics (1) 1
bipolar disorder - pathology (1) 1
brain mapping - methods (1) 1
brain research (1) 1
brain structure (1) 1
cellular and molecular neuroscience (1) 1
child (1) 1
chromosomes (1) 1
chromosomes, human, pair 1 - genetics (1) 1
chromosomes, human, pair 1 - ultrastructure (1) 1
chromosomes, human, pair 11 - genetics (1) 1
chromosomes, human, pair 11 - ultrastructure (1) 1
clinical neurology (1) 1
cognitive neuroscience (1) 1
conferences, meetings and seminars (1) 1
consortia (1) 1
cooperative behavior (1) 1
corpus callosum (1) 1
corpus callosum - pathology (1) 1
corpus-callosum (1) 1
cortical surface-area (1) 1
cortical thickness (1) 1
cyclothymic disorder - genetics (1) 1
cyclothymic disorder - pathology (1) 1
depressive disorder, major - genetics (1) 1
depressive disorder, major - pathology (1) 1
diffusion (1) 1
disc1 protein (1) 1
educational institutions (1) 1
environmental-influences (1) 1
exons - genetics (1) 1
fornix (1) 1
genetic diversity (1) 1
genetic neuroimaging in aging and age-related diseases (1) 1
genetic variance (1) 1
genetic variation (1) 1
genome-wide association (1) 1
genome-wide association study - methods (1) 1
genomes (1) 1
gray-matter (1) 1
high genetic risk (1) 1
hippocampal atrophy (1) 1
human brain (1) 1
human brain structure (1) 1
integrity (1) 1
joints (1) 1
life sciences (1) 1
longitudinal twin (1) 1
major psychiatric-disorders (1) 1
medical imaging (1) 1
medicinska och farmaceutiska grundvetenskaper (1) 1
mental disorders (1) 1
mental-illness (1) 1
more...
Language Language
Publication Date Publication Date
Click on a bar to filter by decade
Slide to change publication date range


NeuroImage, ISSN 1053-8119, 07/2014, Volume 95, pp. 136 - 150
Journal Article
PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 06/2015, Volume 10, Issue 6, pp. e0130900 - e0130900
Objective Individuals carrying rare, but biologically informative genetic variants provide a unique opportunity to model major mental illness and inform... 
HUMAN BRAIN | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | CORPUS-CALLOSUM | HIGH GENETIC RISK | MENTAL-ILLNESS | BIPOLAR DISORDER | RATING-SCALE | MAJOR PSYCHIATRIC-DISORDERS | PREFRONTAL CORTEX | GRAY-MATTER | POSITIVE SYMPTOMS | Translocation, Genetic | Humans | Middle Aged | Nerve Tissue Proteins - deficiency | Male | Schizophrenia - pathology | Young Adult | Schizophrenia - genetics | Adult | Female | Chromosomes, Human, Pair 1 - genetics | Cyclothymic Disorder - pathology | Severity of Illness Index | Depressive Disorder, Major - pathology | Nerve Tissue Proteins - physiology | Chromosomes, Human, Pair 11 - ultrastructure | Exons - genetics | Chromosomes, Human, Pair 11 - genetics | Cyclothymic Disorder - genetics | Bipolar Disorder - genetics | Nerve Tissue Proteins - genetics | Diffusion Tensor Imaging | White Matter - pathology | Depressive Disorder, Major - genetics | Chromosomes, Human, Pair 1 - ultrastructure | Corpus Callosum - pathology | Adolescent | Bipolar Disorder - pathology | Genetic research | Schizophrenia | Anisotropy | Chromosomes | Attention deficit disorder | Neurosciences | Animal models | Nuclear magnetic resonance--NMR | Mental disorders | Radiation | Risk factors | Fornix | Psychosis | Psychopathology | Disc1 protein | Translocation | Sound waves | Behavior disorders | Risk analysis | Substantia alba | Patients | Corpus callosum | Genetic variance | Brain research | Neural networks | Pedigree | Mutation | Psychiatry | Integrity | Index Medicus | Nuclear magnetic resonance | NMR
Journal Article
PLoS ONE, 06/2015, Volume 10, Issue 6
Objective Individuals carrying rare, but biologically informative genetic variants provide a unique opportunity to model major mental illness and inform... 
Journal Article
by Thompson, Paul M and Stein, Jason L and Medland, Sarah E and Hibar, Derrek P and Vasquez, Alejano Arias and Renteria, Miguel E and Toro, Roberto and Jahanshad, Neda and Schumann, Gunter and Franke, Barbara and Wright, Margaret J and Martin, Nicholas G and Agartz, Ingrid and Alda, Martin and Alhusaini, Saud and Almasy, Laura and Almeida, Jorge and Alpert, Kathryn and Aneasen, Nancy C and Aneassen, Ole A and Apostolova, Liana G and Appel, Katja and Armstrong, Nicola J and Aribisala, Benjamin and Bastin, Mark E and Bauer, Michael and Bearden, Carrie E and Bergmann, Orjan and Binder, Elisabeth B and Blangero, John and Bockholt, Henry J and Boen, Erlend and Bois, Catherine and Boomsma, Dorret I and Booth, Tom and Bowman, Ian J and Bralten, Janita and Brouwer, Rachel M and Brunner, Han G and Brohawn, David G and Buckner, Randy L and Buitelaar, Jan and Bulayeva, Kazima and Bustillo, Juan R and Calhoun, Vince D and Cannon, Dara M and Cantor, Rita M and Carless, Melanie A and Caseras, Xavier and Cavalleri, Gianpiero L and Chakravarty, M. Mallar and Chang, Kiki D and Ching, Christopher R. K and Christoforou, Anea and Cichon, Sven and Clark, Vincent P and Conrod, Patricia and Coppola, Giovanni and Crespo-Facorro, Benedicto and Curran, Joanne E and Czisch, Michael and Deary, Ian J and de Geus, Eco J. C and den Braber, Anouk and Delvecchio, Giuseppe and Depondt, Chantal and de Haan, Lieuwe and de Zubicaray, Greig I and Dima, Danai and Dimitrova, Rali and Djurovic, Srdjan and Dong, Hongwei and Donohoe, Gary and Duggirala, Ravinanath and Dyer, Thomas D and Ehrlich, Stefan and Ekman, Carl Johan and Elvsashagen, Torbjorn and Emsell, Louise and Erk, Susanne and Espeseth, Thomas and Fagerness, Jesen and Fears, Scott and Fedko, Iryna and Fernandez, Guillen and Fisher, Simon E and Foroud, Tatiana and Fox, Peter T and Francks, Clyde and Frangou, Sophia and Frey, Eva Maria and Frodl, Thomas and Frouin, Vincent and Garavan, Hugh and Giddaluru, Sudheer and Glahn, David C and Godlewska, Beata and Goldstein, Rita Z and Gollub, Randy L and Grabe, Hans J and ...
Brain Imaging and Behavior, ISSN 1931-7557, 06/2014, Volume 8, Issue 2, pp. 153 - 182
The Enhancing NeuroImaging Genetics through Meta-Analysis (ENIGMA) Consortium is a collaborative network of researchers working together on a range of... 
Journal Article
by Thompson, Paul and Stein, J.L and Medland, Sarah Elizabeth and Hibar, Derrek and Vásquez, Arias and Rentería, Miguel and Toro, Roberto and Jahanshad, Neda and Schumann, Gunter and Franke, Barbara and Wright, Margaret and Martin, Nicholas and Agartz, Ingrid and Alda, Martin and Alhusaini, Saud and Almasy, Laura and Alpert, Kathryn and Aneasen, N.C and Aneassen, Ole and Apostolova, Liana and Appel, Katja and Armstrong, Nicola and Aribisala, Benjamin and Bastin, Mark and Bauer, Michael and Bearden, Carrie and Bergmann, Ørjan and Binder, Elisabeth and Blangero, John and Bockholt, H.J and Bøen, Erlend and Bois, Monique and Boomsma, Dorret and Booth, Tom and Bowman, Ian and Bralten, Linda and Brouwer, Rachel and Brunner, H.G and Brohawn, David and Buckner, M and Buitelaar, Jan and Bulayeva, Kazima and Bustillo, J and Calhoun, Vince and Cannon, Dara and Cantor, R.M and Carless, Melanie and Caseras, Xavier and Cavalleri, Gianpiero and Chakravarty, M. Mallar and Chang, Kiki and Ching, Christopher and Christoforou, Anea and Cichon, Sven and Clark, V.P and Conrod, Patricia and Coppola, Domenico and Crespo-Facorro, Benedicto and Curran, Joanne and Czisch, Michael and Deary, Ian and Geus, Eco and Braber, Anouk and Delvecchio, Giuseppe and Depondt, Chantal and Haan, Lieuwe and Zubicaray, Greig and Dima, Danai and Dimitrova, Rali and Djurovic, Srdjan and Dong, Hongwei and Donohoe, Dennis and Duggirala, Aparna and Dyer, Matthew and Ehrlich, Stefan and Ekman, Carl Johan and Elvsåshagen, Torbjørn and Emsell, Louise and Erk, S and Espeseth, Thomas and Fagerness, Jesen and Fears, Scott and Fedko, Iryna and Fernandez, Guillén and Fisher, Simon and Foroud, Tatiana and Fox, Peter and Francks, Clyde and Frangou, Sophia and Frey, Eva Maria and Frodl, Thomas and Frouin, Vincent and Garavan, Hugh and Giddaluru, Sudheer and Glahn, David and Godlewska, Beata and Goldstein, Rita and Gollub, Randy and Grabe, Hans Jörgen and Grimm, Oliver and ... and Medicinska fakulteten and Institutionen för integrativ medicinsk biologi (IMB) and Umeå centrum för funktionell hjärnavbildning (UFBI) and Umeå universitet
Brain Imaging and Behavior, ISSN 1931-7557, 01/2014, Volume 8, Issue 2, pp. 153 - 182
textabstractThe Enhancing NeuroImaging Genetics through Meta-Analysis (ENIGMA) Consortium is a collaborative network of researchers working together on a range... 
GWAS | Medical and Health Sciences | Medicin och hälsovetenskap | MRI | Multi-site | Consortium | Genetics | Meta-analysis
Journal Article
by Thompson, Paul M and Stein, Jason L and Medland, Sarah E and Hibar, Derrek P and Vasquez, Alejano Arias and Renteria, Miguel E and Toro, Roberto and Jahanshad, Neda and Schumann, Gunter and Franke, Barbara and Wright, Margaret J and Martin, Nicholas G and Agartz, Ingrid and Alda, Martin and Alhusaini, Saud and Almasy, Laura and Almeida, Jorge and Alpert, Kathryn and Aneasen, Nancy C and Aneassen, Ole A and Apostolova, Liana G and Appel, Katja and Armstrong, Nicola J and Aribisala, Benjamin and Bastin, Mark E and Bauer, Michael and Bearden, Carrie E and Bergmann, Orjan and Binder, Elisabeth B and Blangero, John and Bockholt, Henry J and Bøen, Erlend and Bois, Catherine and Boomsma, Dorret I and Booth, Tom and Bowman, Ian J and Bralten, Janita and Brouwer, Rachel M and Brunner, Han G and Brohawn, David G and Buckner, Randy L and Buitelaar, Jan and Bulayeva, Kazima and Bustillo, Juan R and Calhoun, Vince D and Cannon, Dara M and Cantor, Rita M and Carless, Melanie A and Caseras, Xavier and Cavalleri, Gianpiero L and Chakravarty, M. Mallar and Chang, Kiki D and Ching, Christopher R. K and Christoforou, Anea and Cichon, Sven and Clark, Vincent P and Conrod, Patricia and Coppola, Giovanni and Crespo-Facorro, Benedicto and Curran, Joanne E and Czisch, Michael and Deary, Ian J and de Geus, Eco J. C and den Braber, Anouk and Delvecchio, Giuseppe and Depondt, Chantal and de Haan, Lieuwe and de Zubicaray, Greig I and Dima, Danai and Dimitrova, Rali and Djurovic, Srdjan and Dong, Hongwei and Donohoe, Gary and Duggirala, Ravinanath and Dyer, Thomas D and Ehrlich, Stefan and Ekman, Carl Johan and Elvsåshagen, Torbjørn and Emsell, Louise and Erk, Susanne and Espeseth, Thomas and Fagerness, Jesen and Fears, Scott and Fedko, Iryna and Fernández, Guillén and Fisher, Simon E and Foroud, Tatiana and Fox, Peter T and Francks, Clyde and Frangou, Sophia and Frey, Eva Maria and Frodl, Thomas and Frouin, Vincent and Garavan, Hugh and Giddaluru, Sudheer and Glahn, David C and Godlewska, Beata and Goldstein, Rita Z and Gollub, Randy L and Grabe, Hans J and ... and EPIGEN Consortium and Saguenay Youth Study SYS Grp and Alzheimer's Dis Neuroimaging and IMAGEN Consortium and Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative, EPIGEN Consortium, IMAGEN Consortium, Saguenay Youth Study (SYS) Group and the Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative, EPIGEN Consortium, IMAGEN Consortium, Saguenay Youth Study (SYS) Group and Stockholms universitet and Samhällsvetenskapliga fakulteten and Psykologiska institutionen
Brain imaging and behavior, ISSN 1931-7557, 2014, Volume 8, Issue 2, pp. 153 - 182
Journal Article
No results were found for your search.

Cannot display more than 1000 results, please narrow the terms of your search.