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[CONN : functional connectivity toolbox • Jan 12 • no comments]

CONN New Year News

Happy new year to all CONN users (CONNers?) out there! A couple of quick news: 1) we are in the process of applying for a software development and maintenance grant for CONN. We need to show some measures of impact, so if you would like to contribute...

[C-PAC • Jan 6 • no comments]

High-throughput preprocessing and analysis of Connectomes

We are happy to announce the beta release of The Configurable Pipeline for the Analysis of Connectomes (C-PAC version 1.0.1; Built in Python using Nipype, C-PAC is an open-source software pipeline for automated preprocessing...

[NITRC Community • Jan 3 • no comments]

NITRC CE v.43 Released

We are pleased to announce the release of NITRC CE v.43. This release upgrades the base operating system to Ubuntu 14.04. In addition, FreeSurfer has been upgraded to 5.3.0 and FreeSurfer's OpenMP parallelization is active. BrainSuite is available...

[NITRC Community • Dec 30, 2016 • no comments]

Advancing Imaging to Support Patient Care and Research

A recent White House blog by Roderic Pettigrew, Richard Cavanagh, Jerry Sheehan, and MichaelL Cheetham identifies six goals for medical-imaging research. "Many Federal agencies invest in medical-imaging research or play other important roles...

[NITRC Community • Dec 22, 2016 • no comments]

Open Science Prize: Voting

The Open Science Prize has opened the public voting for Phase II funding. Until January 6 you can pick your first, second and third favorite project from the six finalists. See for an overview of the projects and...

[LORIS • Dec 14, 2016 • no comments]

LORIS 16.1.3 released on GitHub

Our latest minor release, LORIS 16.1.3, is now available for download from GitHub: For more information on LORIS, visit us at Further reading on our Wiki:

[IIT Human Brain Atlas (v.4.1) • Dec 8, 2016 • no comments]

New study compares IIT DTI template to study-specific templ.

New study by Cabeen, Bastin & Laidlaw, Neuroimage 2017 ( shows that the DTI template of the IIT Human Brain Atlas (v.4.1) has similar and in some cases superior performance compared to study-specific templates....

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