CATI: A Large Distributed Infrastructure for the Neuroimaging of Cohorts.

Le 02 Nov 2021

Auteur : Operto G, Chupin M, Batrancourt B, Habert MO, Colliot O, Benali H, Poupon C, Champseix C, Delmaire C, Marie S, Rivière D, Pélégrini-Issac M, Perlbarg V, Trebossen R, Bottlaender M, Frouin V, Grigis A, Orfanos DP, Dary H, Fillon L, Azouani C, Bouyahia A, Fischer C, Edward L, Bouin M, Thoprakarn U, Li J, Makkaoui L, Poret S, Dufouil C, Bouteloup V, Chételat G, Dubois B, Lehéricy S, Mangin JF, Cointepas Y,

Année : 2016

Journal : Neuroinformatics 1559-0089

PubMed Id : 27066973

This paper provides an overview of CATI, a platform dedicated to multicenter neuroimaging. Initiated by the French Alzheimer’s plan (2008-2012), CATI is a research project called on to provide service to other projects like an industrial partner. Its core mission is to support the neuroimaging of large populations, providing concrete solutions to the increasing complexity involved in such projects by bringing together a service infrastructure, the know-how of its expert academic teams and a large-scale, harmonized network of imaging facilities. CATI aims to make data sharing across studies easier and promotes sharing as much as possible. In the last 4 years, CATI has assisted the clinical community by taking charge of 35 projects so far and has emerged as a recognized actor at the national and international levels.