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Open-Source Software in Neuroscience

Greg Book, technology manager for Olin Neuropsychiatry Research Center at Hartford Hospital (, will give an overview of MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), EEG (Electroencephalography), and the need for computing with these technologies, as well as the the role of open-source software in neuroimaging (including its use and how the Center contributes to it). Time permitting, we'll take a tour of the MRIs.

Location and Parking:

Olin Neuropsychiatry Research Center (Building 16), Institute of Living, Entrance at 200 Retreat Ave, Hartford, CT 06106. (See red entrance arrow on the map link).

Please enter at the red Enter arrow on the left of the map, and the building is #16, whitehall/Olin. There's a big canopied entrance on the opposite side of the building from the street. Some parking spots are available in front of the building, but otherwise there is plenty of parking in large P or EP lots on the left side of that map, near the red arrow entrance. Parking on the Institute of Living campus is free.

IMPORTANT: In the evening, the building is locked. We'll station someone at the door (from 6:00 PM to 6:45PM) to let people in and guide you to the conference room. Please arrive on time for the meeting! Also note that after 6pm, the red arrow is the only way in or out of the IOL campus, by car or foot.

About the speaker: - Medical Image Viewer (MIView), developed by Greg. - personal website. - Neuroinformatics Database (NIDB), also developed by Greg.

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