Quantify’s Christoph Abé (PhD) publishes the largest-ever study associating bipolar disorder with abnormal brain changes over time in the renowned journal Biological Psychiatry, using neuroimaging data.

Our Lead Analyst, Christoph Abé (PhD) led an international multi-center neuroimaging study on bipolar disorder showing that the disorder is associated with abnormal brain changes over time. The largest longitudinal brain imaging study in its field is now published and featured on the cover of the renowned journal Biological Psychiatry.

To derive meaningful conclusions from imaging data, the use of large-scale imaging data is increasingly important. Therefore, the study was performed in collaboration with the ENIGMA consortium, which is one of the largest imaging consortia, bringing together world-wide data from various brain disease areas, providing high analytic power and widely generalizable findings.

Quantify Research understands the critical role neuroimaging plays in clinical research and its value for biomarker identification, monitoring disease progression and treatment effects. Our  team is highly experienced in conducting high-quality studies in neuroscience, neurologic and psychiatric disorders, combining a deep understanding of data, analytic methods, and clinical context to provide meaningful insights and robust results.

If you have questions, please reach out to Christoph Abé : christoph.abe@quantifyresearch.com

Link to the original research article: https://lnkd.in/gRfSxa7p
Read about ENIGMA: https://lnkd.in/g6MgsC5M

We are so very proud of you and your amazing accomplishment, Christoph!

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