In article <1993May20.125126.10732 at galen.physiol.ox.ac.uk>,
ph at physiol.ox.ac.uk (Patrick Haggard) wrote:
>>> In article <199305172119.AA24307 at news.service.uci.edu>, mundkur at FALCON.ENG.UCI.EDU (Prashanth Mundkur) writes:
> |> I need to know where I can find a complete (or as complete as
> |> possible) set of MRI and SPECT data for the human brain.
At the 1992 Society for Neuroscience meeting there was persented the
"An MRI-Based Sterotactic Atlas from 250 Young Normal Subjects"
Abstract # 179.4
Authors: A.C.Evans, D.L.Collins and B. Milner
Montreal Neurological Institute
3801 University St.
Montreal, H3A 2B4, Quebec
In short the scans were resolved into standard anatomical 3-D space and
combined in order to assemble a normal composite. The resulting "maps"
(M/F) are stated to be the first step in developing a 3-D probability map
of gross neuro anatomy.
Hope this is helpful, more info in Society for Neuroscience Abstract book
or by contacting the authors.
Best of Luck,