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the most widely-used informatics platform for imaging research
XNAT is developed by the NRG Lab at the Washington University. Our team of developers is growing all the time. Check to see if we are hiring.
NRG Lab, East Building 3337
XNAT development is singificantly augmented by the efforts of people outside the NRG lab as well.
Profiling a few of the highest-profile installations of XNAT in the neuroimaging world.
An in-depth look at three primary examples of using XNAT to support imaging research.
Client-side tools developed to interact with an XNAT Server. Includes tools developed by NRG and stable third-party tools.
The brains and coding brawn behind XNAT.
Works published in the neuroscience field regarding XNAT.
XNAT is an open source project produced by the NRG Lab at the Washington University School of Medicine | NRG Home
Contributions to the XNAT Documentation site are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
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