The Gail and Gerald Oppenheimer Family Center for Neurobiology of Stress at UCLA

Welcome to the UCLA CNS Data Core Portal

This new portal is now the access point for multiple brain imaging initiatives housed at the UCLA Oppenheimer Center for Neurobiology of Stress (CNS). All are aimed at the characterization of brain signatures associated with chronic pain and related disorders, understanding underlying mechanisms, and identifying novel treatment targets. These include the NCCIH/NIDA funded PAIN Repositories (Standardized and Archived), the NIDDK MAPP Neuroimaging Network, NIH SCOR Network and the Network of direct UCLA CNS Collaborators. All initiatives are independent of each other and can only be accessed by users authorized for a particular initiative. If you are part of one or more of these groups, you can log into the relevant sites using the icon links below. To learn more about the UCLA CNS, please visit our Center’s website at uclacns.org.

Neuroimaging data from multiple pain conditions open to members of the pain research community

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NIH MAPP research network neuroimaging datasets accessible to MAPP investigators

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Center for Neurobiology of Stress datasets accessible to CNS investigators

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NIH Specialized Centers of Research collaborative studies accessible to SCOR investigators