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Introduction

This is the home page for the 2008 NA-MIC all hands meeting (AHM). NA-MIC participants meet for a AHM once a year. The purpose of the AHM is to coordinate, discuss plans and report to NIH officers and the external advisory board (EAB). The external advisory board meets with the NA-MIC leadership immediately after the AHM. In parallel, NA-MIC is organizing a project week. These events, with the exception of the EAB meeting, are open to collaborators and potential collaborators.

For more information about the project weeks in general, click here.

For information about the January 2008 project week, see below or click here.

For information about Utah as a travel destination click here.

View of the City
The 2008 AHM, EAB and Project Week was held in Salt Lake City, UT, January 7-11, 2008.


Agenda

Time Monday, January 7 Tuesday, January 8 Wednesday, January 9 Thursday, January 10 Friday, January 11
Project Activities in Capitol B-C Project Activities in Capitol B-C Project Activities in Capitol B-C AHM in Capitol A-B, EAB in Olympus B

Project Activities in Olympus A

Project Activities in Capitol B-C
7:30- Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
8:00-10:00 9:30 Core 1 and 2 PI closed session in Capitol A Project Work
Plug-ins for Slicer3 in Amethyst 1
Project Work
8:00-9:00 IGT Breakout Session Amethyst 1


9am: Tractography Breakout Session in Amethyst 2


8:00 Introduction, Ron Kikinis

Core 1 and 2 Presentations
8:05 Utah 1, Ross Whitaker
8:20 Utah 2, Guido Gerig
8:30: MIT, Polina Golland
8:45: Georgia Tech, Allen Tannenbaum
9:00: UNC, Martin Styner
9:10: MGH/WUSTL, Dan Marcus
9:25: Kitware, Will Schroeder
9:40: GE Research, Jim Miller

Project Work
Python mini-Breakout Session
10:00-10:30 Core 1 and 2 PI closed session Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee
10:30-12:00 Core 1 and 2 PI closed session Project Work Project Work

Tractography Breakout Session contd

10:30: Isomics, Steve Pieper
10:45: UCSD, Mark Ellisman
11:00: UCLA, Arthur Toga
11:15: Outreach: Training & Dissemination, Randy Gollub
11:25: Invited talk: Mike Sherman, Stanford NCBC Simbios, SimTK Architect

Project Work
12:00-1:00 Lunch Lunch
DPB Engineers Lunch meeting
Lunch
Birds of a Feather: fMRI
Lunch Adjourn
1:00-3:00 Introduce Projects and Participants Breakout: Geometry and Topology processing of Meshes Amthyst 1 Project Work
Tractography Breakout Session contd

DBP results
1:00: Queens/JHU (pdf), David Gobbi
1:15: UNC, Heather Cody Hazlett
1:30: Harvard, Marek Kubicki
1:45: MIND/UNM, Jeremy Bockholt

NCBC Collaborations
2:00: Georgetown, Kevin Cleary
2:15: Wake Forest/VT, Chris Wyatt
2:30: UIowa, Nicole Grosland,Vincent Magnotta

3:30-4:00 Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee
3:00-5:00 3:00-4:00 Slicer Update Slides

4:00-5:00 Breakout: EM Segmenter User Group Amethyst 1

Project Work
Registration Breakout Amethyst 1
Project Work
3:00-4:00 Batchmake Update
Amethyst 1

Tractography Breakout Session contd

EAB
Olympus B
3:00-4:00 Discussion with NA-MIC Leadership
4:00-5:00 Closed Session
05:00-07:00 5:00 Optional: Tour of the new SCI building 6:00 Optional: Beer at Murphy's (like last year)

Please note that there will be a Core 1&2 Site PI Retreat on the morning of Monday, January 7th. This is a closed session for Core 1&2 Site PIs, with no delegates. The topic is the competitive renewal.

Dates. Venue. Registration

Dates:

  • The All Hands Meeting and External Advisory Board Meeting will be held on Thursday, January 10th.
  • Project Activities will be held rest of the week between Monday, January 7th and Friday, January 11th.

Venue: The venue for the meeting is Marriot City Center, Salt Lake City, Utah Mariott City Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. (Floorplan). To reserve rooms at the meeting rate of $129/night, please either call the hotel at 1-801-961-8700 or 1-866-961-8700 (toll free) and mention that you are attending the NAMIC meeting or book online by using the code SCISCIA. Please note that we do need attendees to use this hotel in order to not incur additional charges for the use of conference rooms.

Registration: We are charging a registration fee to all participants. The fee covers the costs of the facilities and food provided. In order to keep the fee low, we need to get a sufficient number of hotel nights by our participants. See above for more on this. Please click here for online registration. This registration must be completed by Friday, December 14, 2007.

Connectivity We have three wireless access points at the AHM. Two of them are located in the capital ballroom. One is named capital-ballroom, the other is named capital-ballroom2. If one access point doesn't let you connect it is probably overloaded. In that case, please try connecting to the other one.

Attendees

Please note that unlike past events, registration will not be done on the wiki. Instead you need to follow this registration link to complete your online registration. The organizers will periodically publish the list of registered attendees in the space below. Attendees should NOT add their names in this section.

This is the list of attendees who have registered as of January 5, 2008

AHM

  1. Michael J. Ackerman, Ph.D. National Library of Medicine
  2. Everette Burdette Acoustic MedSystems, Inc.
  3. German Cavelier NIHNIMH
  4. Kevin Cleary Georgetown University collaborator
  5. Zohara Cohen National Institutes of Health
  6. Jack Collins SAIC-Frederick, Inc.
  7. Gabor Fichtinger Queens University
  8. Chris Johnson External Advisory Board EAB member
  9. Danial Lashkari MIT MIT
  10. Mikhail Milchenko Washington University at St Louis 2
  11. Sandy Napel Stanford EAB member
  12. Godfrey Pearlson Yale EAB member
  13. Fred Prior External Advisory Board EAB member
  14. Mike Sherman Stanford Invited Speaker
  15. Arthur Toga Laboratory of Neuro Imaging, UCLA
  16. Chris Wyatt Virginia Tech Collaborator
  17. Terry S. Yoo National Library of Medicine

AHM and Project Event

  1. Douglas Alan Harvard University IIC Collaborator
  2. Luca Antiga Mario Negri Institute
  3. Kevin Archie Washington University School of Medicine
  4. Nicole Aucoin Brigham and Women's Hospital 2
  5. Stephen Aylward Kitware, Inc.
  6. Serdar Balci MIT
  7. Sebastien Barre Kitware, Inc.
  8. Jack Blevins Acoustic MedSystems, Inc.
  9. Daniel Blezek Mayo Clinic External
  10. H Jeremy Bockholt The MIND Research Network MIND DBP2
  11. Sylvain Bouix Brigham and Womens Hospital Psychiatry Neuroimaging Lab Core 3
  12. Francois Budin Brigham and Womens Hospital
  13. Patrick Cheng Georgetown University collaborator
  14. Kiyoyuki Chinzei AIST, Japan
  15. Nikos Chrisochoides College of William and Mary
  16. Csaba Csoma Johns Hopkins University
  17. Brad Davis Kitware, Inc.
  18. Preston Tom Fletcher SCI Institute
  19. Andreas Freudling Brigham and Women's Hospital Leadership Core
  20. Yi Gao Georgia Tech
  21. Guido Gerig SCI Institute
  22. David Gobbi Queens University DBP2
  23. Polina Golland MIT Core 1
  24. Randy Gollub MGH Department of Psychiatry Core 5
  25. Casey Goodlett SCI Institute
  26. Alexandre Gouaillard Caltech
  27. Sylvain Gouttard SCI Institute
  28. Benjamin Grauer Brigham and Women's Hospital Leadership Core
  29. Jeffrey Grethe UCSD 2
  30. Nicole Grosland The University of Iowa, CCAD
  31. Nathan Hageman UCLA
  32. Michael Halle Brigham and Women's Hospital Leadership Core
  33. Nobuhiko Hata Brigham and Women's Hospital Leadership Core
  34. Nobuhiko Hata Brigham and Women's Hospital
  35. Kathryn Hayes Brigham and Womens Hospital 2 - Engineering
  36. Heather Cody Hazlett University of North Carolina DBP Core2
  37. Bill Hoffman Kitware, Inc.
  38. Jaesung Hong Kyushu University
  39. Luis Ibanez Kitware, Inc.
  40. Mustafa Okan Irfanoglu OSU
  41. Firdaus Janoos ohio-state univ
  42. Julien Jomier Kitware, Inc.
  43. Usman Khan Brigham and Womens Hospital
  44. Ron Kikinis Brigham and Womens Hospital Leadership Core
  45. Marek Kubicki Brigham and Womens Hospital
  46. Curtis Lisle KnowledgeVis, LLC 2
  47. Haiying Liu Brigham and Womens Hospital
  48. William Lorensen External Advisory Board EAB
  49. Raghu Machiraju The Ohio State University
  50. Vincent Magnotta The University of Iowa, CCAD
  51. Daniel Marcus Washington University Core 2
  52. Doug Markant Brigham and Women's Hospital Leadership Core
  53. Katie Mastrogiacomo SPL, Brigham and Women's Hospital Leadership Core
  54. Sean Megason Caltech
  55. John Melonakos Georgia Tech
  56. James V Miller GE Global Research
  57. Vandana Mohan Georgia Inst of Technology 1
  58. Kishore Mosaliganti The Ohio State University
  59. Tri Ngo MIT
  60. Ipek Oguz UNC 2
  61. Steve Pieper Isomics, Inc. 2, 6
  62. Carlo Pierpaoli NIH
  63. Wendy Plesniak Brigham and Women's Hospital Leadership Core
  64. Kilian Pohl Brigham and Women's Hospital 1
  65. Marcel Prastawa SCI Institute
  66. Sonia Pujol Brigham and Women's Hospital Leadership Core
  67. Katharina Quintus Brigham and Women's Hospital Leadership Core
  68. Yogesh Rathi Brigham and Womens Hospital
  69. Mert Sabuncu MIT
  70. Will Schroeder Kitware, Inc.
  71. Mark Scully The MIND Research Network
  72. Li Shen Indiana University
  73. Kiran Shivanna The University of Iowa, CCAD
  74. Martin Styner UNC Chapel Hill 1
  75. Padma Sundaram Brigham and Womens Hospital Brigham and Womens
  76. Xiaodong Tao GE
  77. Kinh Tieu Brigham and Women's Hospital
  78. Junichi Tokuda Brigham and Women's Hospital Leadership Core
  79. Clement Vachet UNC Chapel Hill 3
  80. Koen Van Leemput MIT
  81. Sandy Wells Brigham and Womens Hospital
  82. Carl-Fredrik Westin Brigham and Womens Hospital NAC
  83. Nathan Wilson Cardiovascular Simulation, Inc.
  84. Alexander Yarmarkovich Isomics, Inc. Engineering Core 2
  85. Anastasia Yendiki MGH
  86. Boon Thye Yeo MIT
  87. Tim Yin Stony Brook University

This is the list of attendees who have registered as of January 5, 2008. Please note that unlike past events, registration will not be done on the wiki. Instead you need to follow this registration link to complete your online registration. The organizers will periodically publish the list of registered attendees in the space above. Attendees should NOT add their names in this section.