XNAT was originally developed as an “extensible neuroimaging archive toolkit,” and has evolved to become a powerhouse open-source platform for … [More]
Human Connectome Project
In August 2010, the NIH awarded $30 million dollars to a consortium of institutions led by Washington University in Saint … [More]
NRG participates in multiple data-sharing projects, whose goals are to provide anonymized data sets that will be valuable to the … [More]
The Neuroimaging Informatics and Analysis Center (NIAC) provides a variety of services to Washington University’s neuroscience community, including data management, … [More]
The Central Neuroimaging Data Archive, established in 2004, is the NRG’s flagship installation of XNAT, and supports multiple active research … [More]
The Comprehensive Neuro-Oncology Data Repository (or “CONDR”) is a project to develop advanced imaging biomarkers, and an informatics platform to … [More]
ICTS Human Imaging Core
The Institute for Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) at Washington University brings together researchers from a wide array of disciplines … [More]
WHO WE ARE
The Neuroinformatics Research Group at the Washington University School of Medicine, directed by Daniel Marcus, is a cross-disciplinary science and engineering lab. Our work in the NRG is to develop technologies that support neuroimaging and imaging informatics research that helps us better understand the living brain. Our software is open source and used around the world in the global effort to study and treat Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia, depression, brain cancer, autism, stroke, and a host of other neurological diseases.
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The NRG will be hosting an XNAT Workshop the week of June 25, 2012 in St. Louis. We’re still working … [More]
Frontiers in Neuroinformatics just announced the publication of a new article, written by Dan Marcus and Tim Olsen of the … [More]
Installing the latest version of DICOM Browser (1.5.0b4) locally on your desktop is now a shockingly easy process, thanks to … [More]
The CNDA Help Desk Team would like to announce the first CNDA New User Open House sponsored by the Neuroimaging … [More]
The Neuroinformatics Research Group (NRG) (http://nrg.wustl.edu) is a multi-disciplinary science and engineering lab in the Mallinckrodt Institute of Rad...[More]
We are seeking a Programmer Analyst II to operate a clinical trials database. The database will support multiple ongoing FDA-regulate...[More]
Engineer image processing streams to assist in analysis of neuroimaging data, integrating existing methods and developing new methods as needed.
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As part of an established multi-center NIH-funded neuro-oncology clinical research program, develop and validate MRI and PET imaging markers for malignant brain tumors....[More]