In case it becomes useful to anyone, these 12 OASIS subjects comprise the PALS_B12:

OAS1_0006_MR1 Human_Buckner_Case06
OAS1_0009_MR1 Human_Buckner_Case04
OAS1_0054_MR1 Human_Buckner_Case01
OAS1_0061_MR1 Human_Buckner_Case11
OAS1_0111_MR1 Human_Buckner_Case07
OAS1_0152_MR1 Human_Buckner_Case05
OAS1_0163_MR1 Human_Buckner_Case03
OAS1_0350_MR1 Human_Buckner_Case08
OAS1_0361_MR1 Human_Buckner_Case10
OAS1_0368_MR2 Human_Buckner_Case12
OAS1_0448_MR1 Human_Buckner_Case02
OAS1_0450_MR1 Human_Buckner_Case09

Donna Dierker

On 03/14/2007 12:37 PM, Daniel Marcus wrote:

Dear Colleagues,

The Open Access Series of Imaging Studies (OASIS) is now available at <>. The data are publicly available under to a liberal Data Use Agreement available here: The first data set includes structural MR obtained from 416 subjects aged 18 to 96, including 100 subjects diagnosed with very mild to moderate Alzheimer’s Disease. A longitudinal data set will be released in the coming months. A manuscript describing the project is currently in press at Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. For more information, please visit the website.


Dan Marcus


Neuroinformatics Research Group

Washington University School of Medicine <>

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