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Our website has changed slightly to reflect our new name.  The original Visual Brain Core was made possible by a generous grant from UAB's HSF/GEF grant program.  Given that our resources ended up being used by a broader base of users than just vision researchers, we've dropped the "visual" from our name.  Also, we're continuing our work in collaboration with UAB's Civitan International Neuroimaging Lab, and so we're officially the CINL Brain Core now.
  
==Visual Brain Core Mission==
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Our new website is here: [https://docs.uabgrid.uab.edu/wiki/Brain_Core https://docs.uabgrid.uab.edu/wiki/Brain_Core]
Our mission is to help produce high quality, cutting edge research examining the visual brain. To achieve this, we will help investigators overcome some common barriers to performing high quality vision research, and provide forums to discuss new ideas and research techniques.  
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==Information For Visual Brain Core==
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[[File:Core.png|thumb|500px]]
===Boilerplate text for grant proposals using Visual Brain Core:===
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[[Boilerplate for personnel resources]]
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[[Boilerplate for computing resources]]
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===Visual Brain Core Personnel and Office Hours===
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*Demet Gurler, PhD: Consultation on experimental design and data analysis issues.
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*Office Hours: Tuesday, 1:00 -5:00 pm, Thursday, 8:00 am-12:00 pm
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===Visual Brain Core Seminar Series===
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Every third Friday, 3:30 PM in CIRC 120.
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We will discuss new ideas and techniques in brain imaging.
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[[List of speakers in Visual Brain Core Seminar Series]]
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===Other information===
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[[Protocols in the scanner:]]
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[[Info about specific processing pipelines implemented on Cheaha]]
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[[Info about backup resources]]
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[[Links to info]] about certain most used protocols and software downloads and mailing lists for different software.
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==Neuroimaging at UAB==
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===UAB Neuroimaging Facilities===
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[[Civitan Functional Neuroimaging Laboratory]]
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[[UAB-HSF MEG Laboratory]]
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[[Small Animal Imaging Shared Facility]]
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Equipment for collecting behavioral data during Neuroimaging
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*[http://www.sr-research.com/EL_1000.html Eye Tracker]
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===Neuroimaging and Systems Neuroscience Labs at UAB===
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*[http://www.markbolding.com/ Bolding Lab]
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*[http://www.uab.edu/cbra/ Kana Lab/Cognition, Brain, and Autism Laboratory]
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*[http://www.uab.edu/cas/psychology/psy-fac/33-primary-faculty/48-dr-david-knight Knight Lab]
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*[http://www.uab.edu/medicine/psychiatry/faculty/faculty-bios/78-adrienne-c-lahti Lahti Lab]
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*[http://www.uab.edu/medicine/neurology/faculty/a-z/szaflarski Szaflarski Lab]
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*[http://visscher.neurobiology.uab.edu/Home.html Visscher Lab]
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===UAB-Auburn University Collaboration for Neuroimaging===
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'''[http://www.eng.auburn.edu/research/centers/mri/ Auburn University MRI Research Center]'''
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'''[http://www.eng.auburn.edu/research/centers/mri/equipment/siemens-magnetom-7t.html Siemens Magnetom 7T]'''
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'''UAB & Auburn Neuroimaging Journal Club'''
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*Neuroimaging journal Club. Every other Friday at noon, second floor CIRC. Contact Adrienne Lahti to get on the mailing list alahti@uab.edu
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'''[[UAB & Auburn Neuroimaging Retreat]]'''
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[[Photos]]
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==[[How To...]]==
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===Computer and coding related how-to's===
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[[Using Linux]]
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[[Matlab]]
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[[Psychtoolbox]]
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[[Coding Help]]
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*[[Unix shortcuts]]
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*[[Eye Tracker]]
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===fMRI related how-to's and important links===
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[[General Information]]
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[[Tools]]
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[[Brain atlases]]
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[[Cool Websites for Beginners]]
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[[fMRI statistics]]
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===UAB Neuroimaging Tools and How-To's (requires blazer id)===
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[[Imaging Protocols]]
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[[Analysis Scripts]]
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[[Behavioral data analysis techniques]]
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[[Institutional Review Board]]
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Latest revision as of 23:32, 4 January 2018

Our website has changed slightly to reflect our new name. The original Visual Brain Core was made possible by a generous grant from UAB's HSF/GEF grant program. Given that our resources ended up being used by a broader base of users than just vision researchers, we've dropped the "visual" from our name. Also, we're continuing our work in collaboration with UAB's Civitan International Neuroimaging Lab, and so we're officially the CINL Brain Core now.

Our new website is here: https://docs.uabgrid.uab.edu/wiki/Brain_Core

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