The NIAC sponsors a number of educational programs, including the Friday afternoon lecture series, regular CNDA and NIAC tools tutorials, and occasional workshops run by external collaborators. A calendar of upcoming events is available here. Most educational events are recorded and are available below. In addition, several exclusive video-only training programs have been recorded and are available below.
XNAT was originally developed as an “extensible neuroimaging archive toolkit,” and has evolved to become a powerhouse open-source platform for … [More]
In August 2010, the NIH awarded $30 million dollars to a consortium of institutions led by Washington University in Saint … [More]
The Clinical Trials Section (CTS) at NRG was set up to meet the uniquely demanding needs of clinical trial research. … [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]