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2008

September

MICCAI 2008 "Interfacing Third-party Software with the NA-MIC Open-source Toolkit" Workshop The workshop combines introductory lectures on the software components of the NA-MIC kit, with hands-on tutorial sessions that guide the participants through the integration of the open-source tools with third-party software. Participants will be able to interface their own algorithms with the NA-MIC kit to facilitate greater interoperability of advanced medical image analysis software tools. This course is intended for scientists and engineers of the medical image analysis community. The event is held on Wednesday, September 10, 2008 at New-York City University, NY. Read more...

September

Stanford 2008 Slicer Workshop This workshop is an introduction to the Slicer3 software platform, part of the NA-MIC open-source toolkit and provides a 1/2 day end-user session geared for all levels, followed by a 1/2 day programming session geared for developers. The event is held on Wednesday September 3, 2008 at Stanford University Medical Center. Read more...

August

2008 NCBC All Hands Meeting The National Centers for Biomedical Computing (NCBCs) are cooperative agreement awards that are funded under the NIH Roadmap for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. The All Hands Meeting is held on August 13-14, 2008 at the Natcher Conference Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Read more...

June

2008 Summer Project Week The project week is a biannual open source programming event that combines hands-on projects using the NA-MIC methodology and the NA-MIC toolkit with breakout sessions on advanced medical image analysis topics. This event is the seventh of the series. The participants meet during the week of June 23-27, 2008, at MIT. Read more...

January

AHM 2008 NA-MIC participants meet for a all-hands meeting (AHM) in Salt Lake City, UT. The combined AHM, EAB and Project Week will be held during the week of January 7-11, 2008. Read more...