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From day one, XNAT has existed to serve the needs of the imaging research community, and its growth over the past twenty years has been fueled by collaboration across multiple sources, as well as continued funding from the NIH. This year, we are announcing a new evolution in our collaborative relationship: A full merger of XNAT development teams from Washington University School of Medicine and Radiologics, all coming together under the Flywheel umbrella.
Flywheel’s mission is to enable users to do imaging-based research in high gear— a goal that has always been shared with the open-source platform of XNAT. Last year, Flywheel acquired Radiologics and its team of talented XNAT developers, and we’ve been steadily adding to that team since. Recently, the NIH transferred the XNAT core development grant from the Washington University School of Medicine to Flywheel.
XNAT users should rest assured that their open-source offering isn’t going anywhere. Flywheel is here for the XNAT community—we’re maintaining the open-source offering, providing support packages for XNAT instances, and offering a complete spectrum of Flywheel products to power users’ research as their needs evolve.
XNAT users who are interested in support from Flywheel have a few options:
Contact us at Flywheel to learn more about these options and discuss how Flywheel can help power your research.