AFNI Bootcamp: Hardware and Software

My wife and I were pleased to attend the AFNI Bootcamp held in Lincoln, Nebraska a couple of weeks ago, and I'll write more about that elsewhere. For now, I'll just provide some notes on hardware and software for prospective campers. Hardware I wanted to run AFNI natively under Linux…

Reviewing hiatus

Just a quick note to indicate that I'm taking a hiatus from new peer-reviewing activity for the remainder of 2016. My peer-review burden has been substantial so far this year, and I need to reserve some time for my own professional writing. I look forward to resuming normal peer-review activity…

Job opportunity: Research assistant

I'm currently seeking well qualified, highly motivated applicants for a research assistant position in my lab at UNMC in Omaha, NE. For more information, visit https://unmc.peopleadmin.com/postings/27573. Looking forward to interviewing some exceptional people!…

New Year, New Job

Here's the email announcement that I circulated about my new position: Dear friends, It's a new year, and I'm pleased to report that I have accepted and started a new job: as of January 1st, I'm an assistant professor in the Department of Neurological Sciences at the University of Nebraska…

Volume rendering of neuroimaging data with Python and VTK

Pictures of neuroimaging data are incredibly compelling, but creating those images can be a challenge. While many tools are available, none of them are ideal for easily creating lots of images. I decided to explore whether my favorite programming language (Python) could be used to quickly create many images of…