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Apr 8, 2020

OHBM/Aperture Editor-In-Chief Search

OHBM is starting a new, highly innovative publishing platform and now is searching for an Editor-In-Chief. Deadline to apply is May 1! See https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gneZ6f2...
NITRC Community
Mar 20, 2020

Share your insight with the State of Neuroimaging Survey

Please take five minutes to complete this year's State of Neuroimaging Survey. As a member of the NITRC Community, your insight is highly valued by the NITRC Team. https://nitrc.typeform.com/to/TpeFpX Findings...
NITRC Community
Mar 19, 2020

OHBM Equinox: Friday 20th March

By Nils Muhlert “The times, they are a-changing.” Dylan’s lyrics from the early 1960s reflected that era’s mass societal upheavals. But now, with increasing realization of...
Organization for Human Brain Mapping
Mar 18, 2020

CLIMB Lesion Symptom Mapping: CLSM 2.55.11.03.20 released

CLSM 2.55.11.03.20 is out.
CLIMB Lesion Symptom Mapping Software
Mar 12, 2020

Anima v3.4 released

Version 3.3 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,...
Anima
Mar 12, 2020

Anima scripts v2.2 released

We are happy to announce a major update release of Anima scripts, a set of scripts that use Anima to perform complex preprocessing and core processing tasks on medical images. This...
Anima scripts
Mar 10, 2020

NITRC v2.1.51 released

We are pleased to announce the release of NITRC v2.1.51. This release improves interoperability with SciCrunch when creating RRIDs, updates the NITRC Image Repository to use XNAT 1.7.6,...
NITRC Community
Mar 4, 2020

BBIR Release of R56-NS055951-v01

The Brain Biomechanics Imaging Resources makes available six data sets that provide 3D estimates over time of how the in-vivo, human brain deforms in response to measured mild accelerative...
Brain Biomechanics Imaging Resources
Feb 26, 2020

VDB1.6_Windows64bits released

We have improved the definition of the shortest causal connectivity path and multiple comparison correction in the software package VDBV1.6.
Virtual digital brain
Feb 18, 2020

CONN new release

We are happy to announce the latest release of CONN (19b). This latest release brings a novel implementation of Threshold Free Cluster Enhancement (Smith & Nichols 2009) that...
CONN : functional connectivity toolbox