The AURORA Study: a longitudinal, multimodal library of brain biology and function after traumatic stress exposure

Samuel A. McLean, Kerry Ressler, Karestan Chase Koenen, Thomas Neylan, Laura Germine, Tanja Jovanovic, Gari D. Clifford, Donglin Zeng, Xinming An, Sarah Linnstaedt, Francesca Beaudoin, Stacey House, Kenneth A. Bollen, Paul Musey, Phyllis Hendry, Christopher W. Jones, Christopher Lewandowski, Robert Swor, Elizabeth Datner, Kamran MohiuddinJennifer S. Stevens, Alan Storrow, Michael Christopher Kurz, Meghan E. McGrath, Gregory J. Fermann, Lauren A. Hudak, Nina Gentile, Anna Marie Chang, David A. Peak, Jose L. Pascual, Mark J. Seamon, Paulina Sergot, W. Frank Peacock, Deborah Diercks, Leon D. Sanchez, Niels Rathlev, Robert Domeier, John Patrick Haran, Claire Pearson, Vishnu P. Murty, Thomas R. Insel, Paul Dagum, Jukka Pekka Onnela, Steven E. Bruce, Bradley N. Gaynes, Jutta Joormann, Mark W. Miller, Robert H. Pietrzak, Daniel J. Buysse, Diego A. Pizzagalli, Scott L. Rauch, Steven E. Harte, Larry J. Young, Deanna M. Barch, Lauren A.M. Lebois, Sanne J.H. van Rooij, Beatriz Luna, Jordan W. Smoller, Robert F. Dougherty, Thaddeus W.W. Pace, Elisabeth Binder, John F. Sheridan, James M. Elliott, Archana Basu, Menachem Fromer, Tushar Parlikar, Alan M. Zaslavsky, Ronald Kessler

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