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Abstract #4652

Parcellation of the neonatal cortex using Surface-based Melbourne Children's Regional Infant Brain atlases (M-CRIB-S)

Christopher Leslie Adamson1, Bonnie Alexander1, Gareth Ball1, Richard Beare1,2, Jeanie Chong3,4,5, Alicia Spittle1,4,5, Lex Doyle1,4,5, Peter Anderson1,5,6, Marc Seal1,5, and Deanne Thompson1,5
1Developmental Imaging, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, Parkville, Australia, 2Department of Medicine, Monash Unviersity, Melbourne, Australia, 3Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, Parkville, Australia, 4Royal Womens Hospital, Parkville, Australia, 5University of Melbourne, Parkville, Australia, 6Monash Unviersity, Clayton, Australia

Longitudinal studies measuring changes in cortical morphology over time are best facilitated by parcellation schemes compatible across all life stages. The Melbourne Children's Regional Infant Brain (M-CRIB) and M-CRIB 2.0 atlases provide voxel-based parcellations of the cerebral cortex compatible with the Desikan-Killiany (DK) and the Desikan-Killiany-Tourville (DKT) cortical labelling schemes.

The curvature template registration targets, average surfaces, labelling training data, and pipeline execution scripts are available at (https://www.github.com/DevelopmentalImagingMCRI/MCRIBS).

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