We would like to invite you to the Philips Healthcare booth at the ISMRM 25th Annual Meeting in Honolulu, where we will demonstrate the new jMRUI version 6.0.
We are looking forward to meeting you in Honolulu!
If you are a user of either the jMRUI software, the INTERPRET Decision Support System or the SpectraClassifier tool, we would like to know how you use these software tools and your opinion about them, so that we can keep improving our software to better serve your needs.
For that purpose, we ask you to participate in the TRANSACT-ITN final software survey by answering few questions about your training, your working environment, the data you process, and how you use and rate the software. Although most questions are mandatory, many are so trivial that you will answer them in a blink, and the full questionnaire should take you less than 15 minutes to complete, and less than 10 minutes if you only use the jMRUI software. The questionnaire has been tested with the most popular web browsers running on desktop computers and mobile phones and tablets, and you should be able to answer it from elsewhere.
The survey is brought to you by TRANSACT, the EU-funded FP7-PEOPLE Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN) project that has been fostering the development of the jMRUI software from March 1, 2013 to February 28, 2017. The aim of the project was to Transform Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy into a Clinical Tool, and two of the main objectives of the project were:
Once the survey is over, a report summarizing all collected answers will be written and made available through the TRANSACT web site and/or this site.
We thank you in advance for your cooperation!
Take note of the incoming virtual meeting “SpectrIm – a tool for the combined analysis of MR Spectroscopy and Imaging” presented by Dr. Johannes Slotboom and Nuno Pedrosa de Barros, from the swiss Support Center for Advanced Neuroimaging (SCAN, Inselspital, University of Bern). This meeting is part of a series of planned virtual meetings on the topics: preprocessing, quantification, and simulation software for MRS/MRSI.
This virtual meeting is organized by the ISMRM Study Group on MR Spectroscopy and it will be held on Thursday 23 February at 07:00 PST, 10:00 EST, 16:00 CET. The meeting will start with a short introduction by Dr. Slotboom followed by a software demonstration by Nuno Pedrosa de Barros.
Note (*): This activity was restricted to members of the ISMRM MR Spectroscopy Study Group and required prior registration. To register, attendees had to go to the meeting registration page at ISMRM website and the login information was sent to registered attendees on Wednesday, 22 February 2017.
The virtual meeting video and the PowerPoint presentation are available for download at the ISMRM virtual meetings archive. Beware that a regular member login is required to access these files.
Post updated on 2019-01-08.
Few weeks ago we were contacted by Dr. Adam Liston, Course Director on the MSc in Advanced Neuroimaging at University College London, who wanted to know whether they could use the jMRUI software at the MSc in Advanced Neuroimaging for educational purposes. Although we knew from the very first moment that our answer would be “yes”, we decided to use his request to establish a set of general conditions the teaching and/or training activity would have to fulfil to be regarded as a non-commercial activity.
The use of the jMRUI software in teaching and/or training activities (e.g. postgraduate courses, workshops, etc.) does not constitute a commercial purpose as long as all these conditions are fulfilled:
The current development of the jMRUI software is funded by TRANSACT – Transforming Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy into a Clinical Tool (PITN-GA-2012-316679, http://www.transact-itn.eu), an EU-funded FP7-PEOPLE Marie Curie Initial Training Network running from 1st March 2013 till 28th February 2017.
Last, although it is not a requirement, we would appreciate from you sending us a brief description of the course so that we can mention it on our TRANSACT project reports. Additionally, we may ask you for permission to publish a short post about the course on this jMRUI blog.
We are delighted to report that the jMRUI software will be used for training purposes at the Advanced Neuroimaging MSc Programme of the Institute of Neurology (IoN) and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery of the University College London (UCL).
The MSc in Advanced Neuroimaging is a multidisciplinary programme which aims to give students a strong working knowledge of neuroanatomy and an in-depth understanding of standard and advanced neuroimaging techniques for image acquisition, processing and analysis in the diagnosis, treatment and study of a full range of neurological diseases. During their time at Queen Square, students will have the opportunity to contribute to world-leading research and have access to cutting edge neuroimaging facilities.
You are welcome to follow their initiative, but keep in mind that some rules must be fulfilled if you want to use and distribute the jMRUI software for free.
We would like to invite you to the Philips Healthcare booth at the ISMRM 24th Annual Meeting in Singapore, where we will demonstrate the new jMRUI version, as well as a new clinical MRS and MRSI viewer.
(More info about our participation soon).
We are looking forward to meeting you in Singapore!
It has been a long while since we deployed the jMRUI website and after years of ageing it was intensely pleading for a thorough update. The work began under the FAST European Project, but it has finally come to light with the current TRANSACT European Project.
The new website runs on WordPress, a free and open source blogging and content-management software running on PHP and MySQL. According to Wikipedia, WordPress is used by more than 23.3% of the top 10 million websites as of January 2015, and it is the most popular blogging system in use on the Web at more than 60 million websites.
It is our hope that this new website will foster the development of a virtual community that will work towards spreading the use of MR spectroscopy in the pre-clinical and clinical worlds.