Zotero and Cloudstor

Zotero is an open source reference and citation management tool that probably everyone knows and loves. Zotero stores the PDFs of publicaitons and books and when you want to keep your library synchronized you need some central storage. Now it’s important to stress that it’s a very bad idea to Read more…

NeXtQSM preprint

Our new preprint is online. NeXtQSM is a deep learning pipeline for data-consistent quantitative susceptibility mapping trained with simulated data build by our CIBIT MPhil student Francesco Cognolato: [2107.07752] NeXtQSM — A complete deep learning pipeline for data-consistent quantitative susceptibility mapping trained with hybrid data (arxiv.org)

QSMxT preprint

Our latest preprint describes the QSMxT pipeline developed by Ashley Stewart – a CIBIT PhD student in our team: QSMxT enables robust & automated quantitative susceptibility mapping and extraction of quantitative information from regions of interest. The code can be found here: https://github.com/QSMxT/QSMxT The preprint is here: QSMxT: Robust Masking Read more…

Improving FLAIR SAR Efficiency at 7T by Adaptive Tailoring of Adiabatic Pulse Power through Deep Learning Estimation

The full publication can be found here: https://doi.org/10.1002/mrm.28590 The preprint is here: [1911.08118] Improving FLAIR SAR efficiency at 7T by adaptive tailoring of adiabatic pulse power using deep convolutional neural networks (arxiv.org) The data used to train the model is on OSF: And we also built a colab notebook (described Read more…

Overview of quantitative susceptibility mapping using deep learning: Current status, challenges and opportunities

NMR in Biomedicine published our special issue review article, summarising and discussing the recent developments in deep learning QSM. The paper is here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/nbm.4292 The preprint is here: https://arxiv.org/abs/1912.05410 We also created a github repository collecting implementations of deep learning QSM algorithms that we are keeping updated regularly: https://github.com/dlQSM/dlQSM