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The MRRC Lifespan Study uses multiple neuroimaging modalities, cognitive testing, and genomics to define structural, metabolic, and functional brain changes across the human lifespan. The aims of this study include the establishment of normative values for quantitative brain measures; the building of a database of normative imaging data for assessment of age related changes of the brain, which can then be used for research and clinical studies; and the validation of the reliability and reproducibility of the imaging measures.

The MRRC Lifespan Study is currently recruiting healthy subjects with no history of head trauma, psychiatric, or neurological disorders between the ages of 7-75. If you are interested in participating in this study, please click here or email

The Einstein Lifespan Study: Text
The Einstein Lifespan Study: Research
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