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March 03, 2021
New Annotated Manual for DIGS v4.0. We have created and shared an updated manual for the Diagnostic Interview for Genetics Studies (DIGS) v4.0. This manual is annotated to include variable names within the context of the interview form. The annotated manual can be found here.
January 23, 2021
In Memorium: Dr. Andrew Brooks, CEO of Infinity BiologiX (IBX), passed away suddenly on January 23. His career was distinguished by outstanding scholarship, service in the field of biomedicine and business activities designed to improve human health. As chief operating officer and director of technology development at RUCDR Infinite Biologics, he led the effort to develop the COVID-19 saliva test, and lead the effort to spin out RUCDR from Rutgers as IBX. He will be sorely missed.
January 20, 2021
New Annotated Manual for DIGS v3.0. We have created and shared an updated manual for the Diagnostic Interview for Genetics Studies (DIGS) v3.0. This manual is annotated to include variable names within the context of the interview form. The annotated manual can be found here.
August 14, 2020
Suicide Distribution 2.0 released data and DNA on 3,389 individuals from Study 141 (PI: Coon; R01MH099134).
August 01, 2020
In August 2020, RUCDR Infinite Biologics, one of the world's largest academic biorepositories and a leader in biobanking, bioprocessing, and analytics, relaunched as Infinity BiologiX (IBX) after the sale of its business and assets by Rutgers University. The IBX team, including more than 400 scientists and technicians, will continue to operate at the Rutgers campus. NRGR issued a sub-award to IBX to maintain biomaterial collection, processing, and storage. Read the full press release here.
July 29, 2020
Controls Distribution 9.0 released data on 91 individuals from Study 167 (PI: Lieberman; HHSN271201200007I, HHSN27100003).
March 02, 2020
RDoC Distribution 2.0 released data on 1992 individuals from four Studies: 70 (PI: Bilder; 1UL1RR024911), 142 (PIs: Pearlson, Keshavan, Tamminga; R01MH096913-01A1), 154 (PIs: Krystal, Sanacora, Nurnberger, Lisanby, Matthew, Murrough, Calabrese; HHSN2712011000061), 171 (PI: Roberson-Nay; R01MH101518).
March 02, 2020
OCD Distribution 5.0 released data on 645 individuals from four studies: 110 (PIs: Storch, Geller; R01MH093402, R01MH093381), 119 (PI: Simpson; R01MH045436, R01MH045404), 138 (PI: Nestadt; R01MH097993-01A1), and 152 (PI: Marsh; R01MH104648-0).