Atlases

There are various atlases that are available from the NIST lab at the BIC in the MINC (and some in nifti) format. On the following links you’ll find an overview of each MRI average template atlas, the methods, link to view the MRI tmeplates (and labels where available) online, and links to download the template atlas (and labels). Software to generate multi-subject non-linear models is here and described in the paper by VS Fonov, AC Evans, K Botteron, CR Almli, RC McKinstry, DL Collins and BDCG, Unbiased average age-appropriate atlases for pediatric studies, NeuroImage, Volume 54, Issue 1, January 2011, ISSN 1053–8119, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2010.07.033.

Human

Healthy human MRI templates and atlases

MNI-ICBM
Unbiased averages of 152 T1-weighted MRI scans from the ICBM study
MNI-Colin27
Average of 27  MRI scans of the same individual
MNI-305
Average of 305 T1-weighted MRI scans
Pediatric
Unbiased averages of MRI data from 324 children
152 linear
152 nonlinear 6th generation
152 nonlinear 2009
CerebrA –  a cortical and subcortical Mindboggle 101 labelling on symmetric MNI-ICBM2009c atlas
152 nonlinear extended 2020
original (1998, a.k.a. colin27)
high resolution T1w, T2w,
PDw and tissue probability maps
(2008)
MNI 305 (a.k.a. average305 or avg305) MRI Atlases 4.5-18.5y
MRI Atlases 0-4.5y

Human neurological disease templates

Fronto-temporal Dementia Alzheimer’s Dementia Parkinson’s disease
MNI-FTD TBA MNI PD25
MNI PD126 and CTRL17

Monkey

Macaque
MNI Average macaque
MNI Rhesus macaque
MNI Cynomolgus macaque

Sheep

Ovine
Average ovine template
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