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March 23, 2023

New data sheds light on depression treatment response

The Canadian Biomarker Integration Network in Depression (CAN-BIND), an Integrated Discovery Program of the Ontario Brain Institute (OBI), has with support from Indoc Research released new data on Brain-CODE from its foundational study to identify biomarkers that predict treatment response in people with depression. Read more


December 13, 2022

Indoc VP named one of the top 25 healthcare technology leaders of Toronto for 2022

Indoc's VP of Data Science, Dr. Christina Yung, has been named one of the Top 25 Healthcare Technology Leaders of Toronto for 2022. Read more


November 29, 2022

Piloting innovative interventions for people with epilepsy

EpLink, the epilepsy research program of the Ontario Brain Institute (OBI), in partnership with Indoc Research, has released a clinical dataset that contains assessments of adults with epilepsy and self-reported depressive symptoms. Gathered through EpLink’s foundational EpUp Study: A Pilot Intervention for People with Epilepsy & Depression, these data are now available on Brain-CODE, OBI’s state-of-the-art neuroinformatics platform. Read more


October 20, 2022

New dataset to enhance care for children with cerebral palsy

The Cerebral Palsy Integrated Neuroscience Discovery Network (CP-NET),  an Integrated Discovery Program carried out in partnership with the Ontario Brain Institute (OBI), has with support from Indoc Research, released critical data on childhood hemiplegic cerebral palsy.  Read more


October 15, 2022

Indoc introduces its flagship data management platform at the 35th ECNP Congress and ECCB 2022

Indoc presents Pilot, its scalable and customizable platform which enables secure collection, integration, analysis, and sharing of data at:

  1. 2022 European College of Neuropsychopharmacology Congress - see poster

  2. 21st European Conference on Computational Biology - see poster


June 16, 2022

New open data sheds light on the research priorities of the Canadian epilepsy community

Supported by Indoc, OBI has released its latest open set of data focusing on the most pressing concerns of patients, their families and health professionals about epilepsy and seizures. This dataset is now available on Brain-CODE, OBI’s neuroinformatics and analytics platform. Read more


June 10, 2022

Indoc and members of the eBRAIN-Health consortium awarded funding by Horizon Europe

The project aims to develop a decentralized, data protection-compliant research platform capable of simulating some of the brain’s complex neurobiological phenomena. Indoc and its European subsidiary are leading the development and technical coordination for this data platform which will allow researchers to collate an array of different types of information, including data from PET and MRI scans, EEG tests, behavioral studies and lifestyle surveys, as well as clinical data from thousands of patients and healthy controls. Read more


June 1, 2022

Indoc presents at CRSC 2022

Indoc presents on Pilot, its scalable and customizable platform which enables secure collection, integration, analysis, and sharing of data at the Canadian Research Software Conference in Montreal. 


May 6, 2022

New imaging dataset to accelerate research on neurodevelopmental disorders

OBI, with support from Indoc continues to play a key role in open science and brain health research with the release of a new clinical dataset that will help scientists around the world advance investigation into pediatric neurological conditions. Read more


December 8, 2021

Ontario Brain Institute releases large dementia dataset to further accelerate brain research, discovery, and innovation through Brain-CODE, an open science data platform

One of the more pressing calls-to-action in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the need to facilitate more accessible, effective, and seamless data sharing across the worldwide research community. Supported by Indoc, OBI’s neuroinformatics platform, Brain-CODE,  is achieving just that for global brain disorder research – recently launching their third clinical data release featuring rich data on individuals with dementia. Read more

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