The most open and sharing labs on OpenNeuro (February 2019)

February 21, 2019

We are excited to announce the OpenNeuro Hall of Fame! The Hall of Fame celebrates neuroimaging labs that share the most data on OpenNeuro. We will be updating and announcing the standings of this Hall of Fame monthly. The aim is to spotlight the labs that have shared the most datasets or participants on OpenNeuro. If you have data you would like to share, please consider sharing it on OpenNeuro. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us! Please find below the top 3 labs (and their PIs) as of February 2019.

3rd place: CoAxLab

Cognitive Axon lab led by Prof. Timothy Verstynen has shared 4 datasets: Dr. Verstynen is an Associate Professor of Psychology and the Center for Neural Basis of Cognition at Carnegie Mellon University. Dr. Verstynen is interested in understanding how we plan our actions and how these actions changes the organization of the underlying neural pathways that regulates these abilities.  



2nd place: Hasson Lab

Hasson lab led by Prof. Uri Hasson has shared 5 datasets: Dr. Hasson is a Professor of Psychology and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute at Princeton University. Dr. Hasson is interested in developing new methods to assess both shared and idiosyncratic aspects of the cortical response time courses across individuals.  



1st place: The Princeton Computational Memory lab

The Princeton Computational Memory lab led by Prof. Ken Norman has shared 8 datasets: Dr. Norman is a Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department and in the Princeton Neuroscience Institute at Princeton University. Dr. Norman implements biologically realistic neural network models to investigate how the brain gives rise to learning and memory.




4th place with 3 datasets shared:

  • ATR-DNI lab led by Prof. Yukiyasu Kamitani
  • Detre lab led by Prof. John Detre
  • Horst lab led by Prof. Gert ter Horst
  • Princeton’s Neuroscience of Cognitive Control lab led by Prof. Jon Cohen

5th place with 2 datasets shared:

  • Haxby lab led by Prof. James Haxby
  • Neurospeed lab led by Prof. Sylvain Baillet
  • Cognitive Control & Psychopathology lab led by Prof. Todd Braver
  • Child Mind Institute neuroimaging directed by Prof. Michael Milham
  • Dosenbach lab led by Prof. Nico Dosenbach
  • Tamir lab led by Prof. Diana Tamir
  • Functional Imaging Methods lab led by Prof. Peter Bandettini
  • Schonberg lab led by Prof. Tom Schonberg
  • Decision Neuroscience lab led by Prof. Samuel McClure
  • Neurocognitive Development lab led by Prof. Beatriz Luna
  • Turk-Browne lab led by Nicholas Turk-Browne
  • Modern Diet and Physiology research lab led by Prof. Dana Small
  • Computational, Cognitive and Clinical Neuroimaging lab led by Prof. Adam Hampshire
  • Morality lab led by Liane Young
  • Knudsen lab led by Prof. Gitte Moos Knudsen
  • DeepMind neuroscience research directed by Prof. Matthew Botvinick

If you are interested, we have made the full Hall of Fame public. If we have missed something, please let us know! We will publish an updated list in a month. If your lab has some historical data sharing them could make your name climb in the rankings fast and perhaps be featured next month!

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