Directed by Dr Paul Thompson, The ENIGMA Core Team includes a general support team comprised of experts in imaging and genetics, as well as leading researchers in many neurological and psychiatric diseases heading working groups around the world.
 

Principal Investigator

Paul Thompson
Imaging Genetics Center
University of Southern California
Los Angeles CA USA

Support Team

Derrek Hibar Sarah Medland
University of Southern California Queensland Institute for Medical Research
Los Angeles, CA, USA Brisbane, Australia
Jason Stein Neda Jahanshad
University of California, LA University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA, USA Los Angeles, CA, USA
Alejandro Arias Vasquez Miguel Renteria
Radboud University Queensland Institute for Medical Research
Nijmegen, The Netherlands Brisbane, Australia
Sylvane Desrivieres Margie Wright
King’s College London Queensland Institute for Medical Research
London, England, UK Brisbane, Australia
Gunter Schumann Barbara Franke
King’s College London Radboud University
London, England, UK Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Nick Martin
Queensland Institute for Medical Research
Brisbane, Australia

Disease Working Groups

Schizophrenia Bipolar Disorder
Theo Van Erp Jessica Turner Derrek Hibar Ole Andreassen
University of California, Irvine Georgia State University University of Southern California University of Oslo
Irvine, CA, USA Atlanta, GA, USA Los Angeles, CA, USA Oslo, Norway
Addiction ADHD
Patricia Conrod Hugh Garavan Martine Hoogman Barbara Franke
University of Montreal University of Vermont Radboud University Radboud University
Montreal, Canada Burlington, VT, USA Nijmegen, The Netherlands Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Major Depressive Disorder Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Lianne Schmaal Dick Veltman Odile van den Heuval Dan Stein
Stichting VU-VUmc Stichting VU-VUmc Stichting VU-VUmc University of Cape Town
Amsterdam, The Netherlands Amsterdam, The Netherlands Amsterdam, The Netherlands Cape Town, South Africa
22q Deletion Syndrome Autism HIV
Carrie Bearden Jan Buitelaar Ron Cohen Dan Stein
University of California, LA Radboud University University of Florida University of Cape Town
Los Angeles, CA, USA Nijmegen, The Netherlands Gainsville, FL, USA Cape Town, South Africa

Imaging Working Groups

Diffusion Imaging EEG

Neda Jahanshad

Peter Kochunov

David Glahn

Dirk Smit

University of Southern California University of Maryland Yale University Stichting VU-VUmc
Los Angeles, CA, USA Baltimore, MD, USA Hartford, CT, USA Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Brain Plasticity Lateralization
Rachel Brouwer Hilleke Hulshoff Pol Simon Fisher Clyde Francks
UMC Utrecht UMC Utrecht Radboud University Radboud University
Utrecht, The Netherlands Utrecht, The Netherlands Nijmegen, The Netherlands Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Funding for ENIGMA comes from a variety of sources.

Funding for the ENIGMA Center for Worldwide Medicine Imaging and Genomics is provided as part of the 2014 NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) Initiative under U54EB020403 (PI: Thompson) to support big data analytics, management and distribution of programs.

Support for data collection and site-level analysis is provided by individual group studies from around the world including Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America.
These include:
NHMRC, DCRC, BMBF, Swedish Research Council, German Ministry of Cultural Affairs, Social Ministry of the Federal State of Mecklenburg–West Pomerania, NGFN, Siemens, ISCIII, SENY Fundació, NOW, BBMRI-NL, CBF, Hersenstichting Nederland, Alzheimer’s Australia Dementia Research Foundation, Autism Speaks, NIMH, NIBIB, NICHD, NINDS, NIA