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[NITRC Community • Oct 21 • no comments]

COINS NDA Submission Tools

Make data submissions a breeze! With our automated tools you no longer have to manually curate your data or write time consuming scripts. You can collect and manage your NDA (NDAR, RDoC, NDCT) data accurately and efficiently all with COINS! GUID...

[Anima • Oct 17 • no comments]

Anima v2.0 release

Version 2.0 of Anima, a set of ITK/VTK based libraries and multi-platform command line tools for medical image analysis (image registration, EPI distortion correction, statistical analysis, diffusion imaging, quantitative MRI processing, image denoising...

[NITRC Community • Oct 12 • no comments]

Brainhack: Anatomy Edition in Paris

Registration for the Brainhack: Anatomy Edition in Paris ends on 16th of October. ( This Brainhack aims at promoting the interaction between scientists on questions concerning (1) the investigation of...

[NITRC Community • Oct 7 • no comments]

INCF Seed Funding: Call for proposals

Call for seed funding applications (see for more details) INCF is an international organization launched in 2005, following a proposal from the Global Science Forum of the OECD to establish international...

[NITRC Community • Sep 20 • no comments]

A survey on data sharing

Announcing a survey on data sharing. Everyone is encouraged to participate and circulate: Information from the survey: Welcome and thank you for taking this survey. I’m Dr Cyril Pernet, from the...

[NITRC Community • Sep 14 • no comments]

Study of adolescent brain development

Recruitment begins for landmark study of adolescent brain development Recruitment for the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD ( study, the largest long-term study of brain development and child health in the United...

[HCP WU-Minn Consortium • Sep 7 • no comments]

Nature Neuroscience: “The Human Connectome Project’s neuroimaging approach”

Published today in Nature Neuroscience is a primer on the Human Connectome Project’s style of data collection, processing, analysis, and open-access distribution. “The Human Connectome Project’s neuroimaging approach” Nature Neuroscience 19, 1175–1187...

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