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Dan Marcus, director of the NRG Lab and lead investigator for informatics in the Human Connectome Project, will be attending the INCF Neuroinformatics Conference in Boston this September. Highlighted among this week's activities will be a workshop chaired by HCP primary investigator David Van Essen, along with MGH's Van Weeden and the University of Milan's Marcello Massimini
PyXNAT is a Python-based library that provides an interface for manipulating very large data sets on XNAT, without being restricted by the existing web UI. This meeting will bring different PyXNAT users together to discuss the inner workings of the package, and to help ensure its continued existence and improvement by enabling the community to help develop and maintain it.
Dan Marcus, director of the NRG lab and lead investigator for informatics in the Human Connectome Project, will be attending and presenting at the Organization for Human Brain Mapping conference in 2011. He will be providing a first look at our plans for the XNAT-based ConnectomeDB application, which will be the public interface for accessing a wealth of brand new functional connectivity brain mapping data.
Tim Olsen, lead developer of XNAT, will be attending the NAMIC 2011 Summer Project Week, a hands-on research and development activity for applications in Image-Guided Therapy, Neuroscience, and several additional areas of biomedical research that enable personalized medicine.
Daniel Marcus, assistant professor of radiology and Director of the NRG Lab and the NIAC, will be traveling to the New York area in June. His first visit will be to NYU to discuss the Thousand Functional Connectomes project. The NRG lab is using this data in their development of the ConnectomeDB application for the Human Connectome Project.
Tim Olsen, lead developer of XNAT, will be attending the 2011 Open Source Plug Fest, and demonstrating how XNAT is used and customized by our diverse user group.
The latest version of XNAT focuses on a refactoring of our image and data upload processes, as well as a number of small fixes. See what's new!
Our inaugural workshop for XNAT Developers and Administrators was a huge success, thanks to the participation of our audience.
The newest version of XNAT includes a project architecture, improved web service support (REST), DICOM support, and a host of bug fixes. Download at www.xnat.org.