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PILOT FUNDS 2023

We are pleased to announce our 2023 request for proposals for pilot funds for scanning and other CAHBIR services. These include both a brief format proposals for RU-NB and RBHS faculty. Additionally, larger grants of up to $50,000 are available for RU-NB faculty using an R21 format. See links below. CAHBIR Mini Pilot Grant Voucher … Read More

Avram Holmes to join CAHBIR

We are pleased to announce that Avram Holmes, Ph.D. will be joining CAHBIR in the summer of 2023.  Dr. Holmes received his Ph.D. from Harvard and is currently an associate professor of psychology at Yale University. He is an expert in neuroimaging analysis and the use of large-scale datasets to understand the neural substrates of … Read More

Siemens Enhanced DICOMs

Purpose This is an updated post I originally wrote in 2018 while at the University of Texas at Austin. That post has grown stale with outdated references, instructions, and advice, so it was time for a glow up. What follows should be applicable for XA30A and XA31A. Introduction With the advent of Numaris 10 (NX, … Read More

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