MIPS Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford
MIPS Quantitation Core

Image Quantitation, Analysis and Visualization Specialized Resource

Software Training and Support

We provide large and small group or individual one-to-one software training and support (see table below). Each training lasts for about 90 minutes and is free of charge, but registration is required. To register, please RSVP by email to Dr. Habte, fhabte@stanford.edu including on the subject the type of software you would like to be trained at least a week before the training. Time and dates for the monthly training are tentative and may change depending on the availability of the computers. Once you register, we will let you know the exat time and date for each training.

Software Training Type Date Time Location

Inveon instrument and software training- general MicroPET/CT acquisition and analysis

Monthly, group Second Monday of the Month 11:00 AM Clark Imaging lab
Living Image - basic analysis Monghtly, group First Monday of the Month TBA Clark Imaging lab

RT-image : Multi-modality image visualization and analysis

Group/ one-to-one

Upon user request TBA Clark Imaging lab
Amide - a medical image analysis tool Group/ one-to-one Upon user request TBA Clark Imaging lab
OsiriX basics: Biomedical image visualization and analysis Group or one-to-one Upon user request TBA Clark Imaging lab
ImageJ-general purpose image analysis tool Group or one-to-one Upon user request TBA Clark Imaging lab

For more information about the software and download/install instruction please visit the software websites. If you need further assistance on software installation and other technical support, please consult Dr. Habte.

Past training and archive : Tutorial guides and documentations:

Stanford Medicine Resources:

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