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Journal Article on NA-MIC and Slicer4

posted Feb 10, 2012, 7:15 AM by Stephen Aylward   [ updated Feb 10, 2012, 7:16 AM ]
New publication on NA-MIC and Slicer4:

Tina Kapur, Steve Pieper, Ross Whitaker, Stephen Aylward, Marianna Jakab,Will Schroeder, Ron Kikinis
"The National Alliance for Medical Image Computing, a roadmap initiative to build a free and open source software infrastructure for translational research in medical image analysis"
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2012;19:176-180

The National Alliance for Medical Image Computing (NA-MIC), is a multi-institutional, interdisciplinary community of researchers, who share the recognition that modern health care demands improved technologies to ease suffering and prolong productive life. Organized under the National Centers for Biomedical Computing 7 years ago, the mission of NA-MIC is to implement a robust and flexible open-source infrastructure for developing and applying advanced imaging technologies across a range of important biomedical research disciplines. A measure of its success, NA-MIC is now applying this technology to diseases that have immense impact on the duration and quality of life: cancer, heart disease, trauma, and degenerative genetic diseases. The targets of this technology range from group comparisons to subject-specific analysis.

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