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[NITRC Community • 1 hour ago • no comments]

NIH invests ~$32 million to support biomedical research data

Wide-ranging National Institutes of Health grants announced today will develop new strategies to analyze and leverage the explosion of increasingly complex biomedical data sets, often referred to as Big Data. These NIH multi-institute awards constitute...

[MRIcroGL • Oct 28 • no comments]

10/2014 version released

This is a major upgrade including (1) improved rendering when overlay maps are loaded, (2) ability to draw regions of interest, (3) graphical interface for dcm2niix image conversion, (4) drag-and-drop viewing support for more formats including NIfTI (.nii,...

[MRIcron • Oct 28 • no comments]

8/2014 versions released

New versions of the MRIcron package (which includes the MRIcron viewer, NPM statistics, dcm2nii DICOM to NIfTI converter). This is a minor release, mostly focused on keeping dcm2nii compatible with the latest scanner formats. MRIcron now supports drag-and-drop...

[NITRC Community • Oct 27 • no comments]

NITRC at IEEE BigData in Bioinformatics and Healthcare

NITRC is presenting a poster at the 2nd International Workshop of BigData in Bioinformatics and Healthcare Informatics. We're in the Haverford room of the Bethesda Hyatt Regency, Washington, DC. Come join us!

[INCF • Oct 23 • no comments]

Big Data Opportunities Using NIH/NIMH Data Repositories-SfN Satellite Symposium

The NIH established the National Database for Autism Research (NDAR) in 2008. Since then, de-identified human subjects research data on 77,000 research participants across hundreds of cognitive, diagnostic and clinical measures are now shared. Secured...

[Vaa3D and Vaa3D-Neuron • Oct 21 • no comments]

Vaa3D v2.920 released!

Cool new features of the Vaa3D system can be found at the new download site http://home.penglab.com/proj/vaa3d/

[Conferences, Workshops and Meetings • Oct 17 • no comments]

Big Data Opportunities Using NIH/NIMH Data Repositories-SfN Satellite Symposium

The NIH established the National Database for Autism Research (NDAR) in 2008. Since then, de-identified human subjects research data on 77,000 research participants across hundreds of cognitive, diagnostic and clinical measures are now shared. Secured...

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