The FSA (functional striatal abnormalities) score is a hypothesis-driven biomarker developed to quantify striatal dysfunction in individuals with schizophrenia. An individual’s FSA score can be calculated from their resting-state fMRI brain scan using advanced machine learning techniques. For further details, please see our publication.
To accelerate the establishment of FSA as a clinically useful biomarker, we encourage other scientific groups to further validate and consolidate our results. Thus, we developed this web-based tool to enable online calculation of an individual’s FSA score in real time. As described in the Instructions, users can upload an individual’s (anonymous) resting-state fMRI brain scan to this site. An individualized FSA score will then be computed and returned to the user in the form of a diagnostic report. Once FSA score was computed, the uploaded brain scan will be permanently deleted for privacy protection.
This web interface for calculating FSA score is only available for noncommercial use. For commercial use, please contact Bing Liu at email@example.com
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