Help the Fibr algorithm learn to read MRI scans
The majority of mental health disorders are first diagnosed in childhood or adolescence. The disorders most commonly detected in young people include ADHD, anxiety, depression and behavior problems. Historically, individual labs and researchers interested in understanding the brain basis of mental health only had access to small amounts of data to analyze, like MRI scans, and for many procedures the data needed to be examined in detail by a professional. But as data science approaches have become more prevalent in neuroscience and other fields, researchers now have access to data collected from thousands of individuals. The sheer amount and complexity of these new datasets have made it difficult to scale up the historic approach.