About The UI NeuroRepository
Diseases of the nervous system are each unique requiring disease specific methods for studying their processes and effects on the human brain. Utilizing a systems biology approach, the UI Neurorepository allows for the construction of disease specific diverse data sets of multiple systems through the integration of clinical and molecular data derived from resected tissues. This approach includes the collection of anatomic and metabolic data from imaging studies; electrical data from both scalp and brain surface and depth recordings; high-throughput technology such as functional genomics, proteomics, metabolomics; and clinical and neuropsychological data.
Consisting of an Investigator Database of de-identified datasets, a biorepository, and resources to foster collaborative efforts, the UI Neurorepository provides a novel translational environment for a broad range of investigators including neuroscientists, neuropsychological scientists, geneticists, as well as computer and imaging scientists.