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DCMTK 3.6 Released

Stephen Aylward | Kitware Blog | January 10, 2011

Our friends at OFFIS have just announced the release of DCMTK 3.6. This is exciting news for the medical imaging community and particularly for those who use Kitware's open-source medical imaging projects such as CTK and Slicer. Read More »

Enabling ParaView Interaction with ITK and Slicer

Staff | Kitware Blog | June 18, 2010

A joint project by Johns Hopkins University's Center for Imaging Science, under Michael Miller, and Kitware, under Will Schroeder, is leading to new functionality in ParaView, to facilitate its use by JHU in order to empower its Computational Anatomy research. Read More »

Kitware Announces New Fall Courses

Staff Writer | Kitware | July 18, 2012

To better serve the open-source software community and our collaborators, Kitware is increasing the course offerings for this fall. In addition to the three courses already scheduled in our Lyon location, we will be hosting three on-site courses in New York and adding three courses into our regular online rotation. Read More »

Kitware Participates in RSNA 2011

Rick Avila, Stephen Aylward, Julien Finet, Patrick Reynolds, and Wes Turner | Kitware Blog | December 16, 2011

Several members of the Kitware team attended RSNA from November 27-December 2. In addition to meeting with collaborators and exploring the exhibits, we were actively involved in demonstrating our newest work, teaching workshops and participating in exhibits. Read More »

Kitware to Develop Novel Neuroimage Processing Methods for Traumatic Brain Injury

Press Release | Kitware, Inc. | January 23, 2013

The NIH-funded project will investigate new methods for better assessing Traumatic Brain Injury.
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The National Alliance for Medical Image Computing's All-Hands Meeting

Stephen Aylward | Kitware Blog | January 11, 2012

Several Kitwareans are attending the National Alliance for Medical Image Computing's (NA-MIC's) All-Hands Meeting in Salt Lake City. At this meeting, we are promoting Slicer 4.0.1, the open-source medical image analysis and visualization platform that we released with other NA-MIC developers last week. Read More »

The Unsung Heroes of Open Source

Will Schroeder | Kitware Blog | January 3, 2011

For many of us, the holiday season is a time to look back and savor meaningful experiences, and to look forward to the coming year. I also find it important to recognize the many people and organizations who enrich our lives. Read More »