Related Resources

National Alliance for Medical Imaging Computing

The National Alliance for Medical Imaging Computing (NA-MIC) is a multi-institutional, interdisciplinary team of computer scientists, software engineers, and medical investigators who develop computational tools for the analysis and visualization of medical image data. The purpose of the center is to provide the infrastructure and environment for the development of computational algorithms and open source technologies, and then oversee the training and dissemination of these tools to the medical research community.

The NA-MIC Training Wiki

This site set of linked Web pages to guide users through the download of the Slicer software package. This site also provides many additional tutorials on how to analyze medical imaging data beyond those used in HST.583.

On MRI Physics, many of your course faculty recommend the following site. Students have found it helps to understand the class by covering the basics well without too much information on any given topic:

The Basics of MRI

Thresholding with Random Field Theory

MRC-CBU Imagers Listing

Spectroscopy - Wiley Analytical Science

fMRI for Newbies

Functional MRI: Methods and Applications

From Jorge Jovicich (Former HST.583 Lecturer)

An Introduction to Smoothing

From Former Lecturer and HST Student Dave Tuch

Education Links from International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM)

MRI Tutor’s “Introduction to MRI”

Simply Physics: Intro to MRI

Wolfram MathWorld

Course Info

As Taught In
Fall 2008
Learning Resource Types
Problem Sets with Solutions
Exams with Solutions
Lecture Notes