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The WIN Open Neuroimaging Working Group leads the Open Neuroimaging project.

Flow chart of Open Neuroimaging

WIN is an open science community with a positive culture for sharing data, tasks, tools and protocols, and research practices that improve the transparency, reproducibility and impact of our outputs and accelerate translation to the clinic. We develop the technical and ethical framework to facilitate and promote sharing while protecting the security of participant data and enhancing our scientific pursuits

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The Open Neuroimaging Working Group

The working group has identified 5 key areas of work and set up teams that will work on these different aspects of the Open Science Project.  Each group has agreed the aims and success criteria for their area.

Working group structure at WIN

Clare Mackay  Mark Jenkinson  Stuart Clare  Laurence HuntVerena Heise

The Open Neuroimaging Working Group meets quarterly and includes the leaders of each of the other groups.  The working group is responsible for the delivery of the WIN open science aim, for developing policies that will work across the whole of WIN and for developing links between the project groups.