ENIGMA Transgender Persons

 

The goal of the ENIGMA transgender research group is to explore, by virtue of imaging-based mega-analysis, the underlying neurobiology of transgenderism.

The transgender group was founded in October 2017 and is welcoming new members.

Current ENIGMA-Transgeneder Persons participating members include:

  • Amsterdam University Medical Center (Baudewijntje Kreukels, Sarah Burke, Mathilde Kennis), Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • University of Vienna (Rupert Lanzenberger, Rene Seiger, Georg Kranz), Vienna, Austria
  • Madrid National Distance Education University (Antonio Guillamon), Madrid, Spain
  • University of Deusto (Leire Zubiaurre Elorza), Bilbao, Spain
  • Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre (Maiko Schneider), Porto Alegre, Brazil
  • University of Mashhad (Behzad Khorashad, Behnaz Khazee), Mashhad, Iran
  • University of California Los Angeles (Eric Vilain, Francisco Sánchez), LA, USA
  • University of Auckland (Eileen Luders), Auckland, New Zealand
  • University of Muenster (Dominik Grotegerd, Udo Dannlowski, Carsten Konrad), Muenster, Germany
  • University Clinic RWTH Aachen (Ute Habel, Mikhail Votinov), Aachen, Germany
  • University of Florence (Alessandra Fisher, Mario Mascalchi, Gioele Gavazzi, Stefano Orsolini, Mario Maggi, Jiska Ristori, Giovanni Castellini), Florence, Italy
  • University of Ghent (Sven Mueller, Guy T’Sjoen), Ghent, Belgium
  • University of Southern California (Arthur Toga), LA, USA
  • University of Barcelona (Carme Junque, Esther Gómez-Gil, Carme Uribe, Giusseppina Rametti, Beatriz Carrillo, Gloria Aranda, Mireia Porta, Angel Gómez, Eduardo Pásaro, Rosa Fernández), Barcelona, Spain
  • If you are interested in participating in this project, please contact the working group chairs:

    Dr. Sven Mueller Dr. Eileen Luders

     


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