XNAT News & Events

On Friday, October 19th, a team of presenters from the University of Sydney, led by Ryan Sullivan, will be giving an XNAT talk at the eResearch Australasia 2018 Conference in Melbourne, Australia. Their talk will focus on how their team uses XNAT to import images, store data, and run computing processes. They will also show how XNAT is integrated within their imaging research workflow overall. Their talk is titled "Imaging Data Service: Ingestion, Storage, and Compute http://conference.…
On Thursday, October 11th, Dan Marcus will be a guest speaker at the Biomedical Image Computing and Informatics Seminar, being presented by the Center for Biomedical Image Computing and Analytics (CBICA) at the University of Pennsylvania. This talk will be part of the 2018-19 CBICA Seminar Series https://www.med.upenn.edu/cbica/cbica-seminars.html.  The title of this talk is "Informatics for Computational Imaging”.…
Dan Marcus will be showing off cutting-edge XNAT functionality at this year's Medical Imaging Computing & Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) conference https://www.miccai2018.org/en/ in Grenada, Spain. The focus of the XNAT demo will be on support for Clinical Translation workflows – importing data from clinical PACS and performing real-time research-based processing and sending results back into the clinical database in order to inform surgical planning.…
Hotfix Release The XNAT team has released XNAT 1.7.4.1 as a hotfix release. You can download it now at download.xnat.org https://download.xnat.org. This release addresses a small number of urgent issues that surfaced after or coincided with the last XNAT release. Issues addressed in the 1.7.4.1 release can be found in the XNAT 1.7.4.1 Release Notes https://wiki.xnat.org/documentation/getting-started-with-xnat/what-s-new-in-xnat/xnat-1-7-4-1-release-notes. Upgrading is Easy Already have XNAT 1.…
Announcing XNAT 1.7.4, Now With Added Security And Usability The XNAT team is happy to announce the release of XNAT 1.7.4, now available at www.xnat.org/download https://www.xnat.org/download. This release addresses a number of critical security issues and makes user account and access management more usable and flexible. Issues addressed in the 1.7.4 release can be found in the XNAT 1.7.4 Release Notes https://wiki.xnat.…
Very soon after the release of XNAT 1.7.3, a small but impactful bug was discovered that would have prevented the proper handling of scans with dashes ("-") in their series descriptions. The XNAT 1.7.3.1 hotfix release addresses this bug, and is available for download now. We recommend all users who have installed XNAT 1.7.3 to immediately upgrade to this release. Download: https://download.xnat.org/i/xnat-web/1.7.3.1.svg https://download.xnat.org/d/xnat-web/1.7.3.1 Container Service 1.…
XNAT 2017 Workshop Logo-01.png We are happy to announce that the 2017 XNAT Developer Workshop will take place in Rotterdam, the Netherlands from October 16th until October 18th. The workshop is organized jointly by the Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam and Washington University in Saint Louis and is sponsored by the BBMRI-NL2.0 project. The workshop will feature speakers from the XNAT development team and will focus on open source XNAT development, including creating XNAT plugins,…
The XNAT team is happy to announce the release of XNAT 1.7.3, now available at www.xnat.org/download https://www.xnat.org/download. This release addresses a number of critical performance issues and introduces support for several new features. Issues addressed in the 1.7.3 release can be found in the XNAT 1.7.3 Release Notes https://wiki.xnat.org/documentation/getting-started-with-xnat/what-s-new-in-xnat/xnat-1-7-3-release-notes. Upgrading Is Easy Already have XNAT 1.7 and need to update?…
A new NIH grant has been awarded to the XNAT development team that will spur development of new platforms in XNAT to support cancer research. Here is a brief summary from the grant text: The development of non-invasive imaging procedures that provide surrogate markers for prognosis and early response to therapy has the potential to improve clinicians' ability to effectively treat patients with oncologic disease. However,…
XNAT 1.7.2 Has Been Released
The XNAT team is happy to announce the release of XNAT 1.7.2, now available at www.xnat.org/download https://www.xnat.org/download. This is a maintenance and bug fix release. Issues addressed in the 1.7.2 release can be found in the XNAT 1.7.2 Release Notes. Already have XNAT 1.7 and need to update? See our documentation on upgrading XNAT 1.7.x to the latest version https://wiki.xnat.org/documentation/getting-started-with-xnat-1-7/upgrading-to-xnat-1-7-from-an-earlier-version#UpgradingXNAT17.…

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