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Welcome to COINS

COllaborative Informatics and Neuroimaging Suite

Developed at the Mind Research Network, COINS offers tools to securely collect and store data, share data to and from other researchers and manage studies. COINS currently manages 527 studies with 377,425 clinical assessments and 35,791 MRI and MEG scan sessions collected from 27,320 participants at the Mind Research Network, Nathan Kline Institute, University of Colorado – Boulder, Olin Neuropsychiatry Research Center, and other sites. The Mind Research Network (MRN) is dedicated to facilitating data sharing within the research community for ongoing analyses and innovative re-use. COINS consists of the following collaboration-centric tools:

For more information about COINS please visit coins.mrn.org or www.nitrc.org/projects/coins/

If you are interested in setting up a study in COINS please fill out the Contact Form at coins.mrn.org

Welcome to COINS

COllaborative Informatics and Neuroimaging Suite

Developed at the Mind Research Network, COINS offers tools to securely collect and store data, share data to and from other researchers and manage studies. COINS currently manages 527 studies with 377,425 clinical assessments and 35,791 MRI and MEG scan sessions collected from 27,320 participants at the Mind Research Network, Nathan Kline Institute, University of Colorado – Boulder, Olin Neuropsychiatry Research Center, and other sites. COINS consists of the following collaboration-centric tools:

  • Data Exchange: An application that enables data to be shared safely between reserchers, studies and even entire sites.
  • Subject and Study Management: MICIS (Medical Imaging Computer Information System) is a centralized PostgreSQL-based web application that implements best practices for participant enrollment and management.
  • Scan Data Collection: An automated DICOM receiver collects, archives, and imports imaging data into a file system and records metadata in the COINS database, requiring no user intervention.
  • Assessment Data Collection: Clinical data gathered from interviews, questionnaires, and neuropsychological tests can be captured via tablet, online self-reporting, and traditional data entry.

For more information about COINS please visit coins.mrn.org or www.nitrc.org/projects/coins/

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