Imaging Data in Emerging Adults with Addiction (IDEAA) is a multi-site consortium which combines common, overlapping neuroimaging and behavioral measures in cannabis-using subjects and healthy controls across a broad and overlapping age
range (16-25) for multiple NIH/NIDA-funded sites across the country.
This consortium was conceptualized by Dr. Gruber and collaborator,
Dr. Krista Lisdahl, who have joined forces with Dr. Susan Tapert and
Dr. Francesca Filbey. Neuroimaging (structural, resting state fMRI, and diffusion tensor imaging), neurocognitive, clinical, and drug-use data from over 600 participants will be collected at multiple sites across the U.S. and will be pooled in order to create the largest sample of well-characterized emerging adult marijuana users and matched controls to date.