Neuroinformatics stands at the intersection of neuroscience and information science. Neuroscientists use complex data analysis, artificial intelligence and computer modelling to bring together their data, share it and integrate it to advance the understanding of the brain. 

Researchers study these massive collections of data about the brain to uncover patterns and understand and potentially predict neurological and psychiatric disorders. 

Neuroinformatics Initiative in NMHI

The explosion of big and dynamic data in research areas related to neuroscience and mental health has been accompanied (and advanced) by rapidly developing technology in data-intensive analytic applications. In the NMHI, we have assembled researchers who are engaged in leading-edge neuroinformatics applications. The members deploy a broad spectrum of approaches in programs spanning the spectrum of mechanistic researchers, clinical researchers and clinician scientists.