A while ago, Matthew Brett wrote an explanatory post and a review paper about the “MNI space”, its historical development and origins which largely focused on the differences between Talairach and MNI space. Also see his 2002 paper on this matter (1). Nowadays, the Talairach space doesn’t play a big role in modern neuroscience anymore, however, […]
We had a great time presenting a poster about LeadMD, a future certified version of Lead-DBS at the 20th International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders in Berlin on Monday. Thank you all for your helpful comments and suggestions regarding future work. The poster can be found here and the picture below show’s Philip Plettig, who is working on a connectivity based sub-structure segmentation algorithm, in front of the poster.
We are happy to announce that the core functionalities of Lead-DBS have been ported to support non-human primate (macaque) MRI and CT data.
Lead-DBS is a Matlab toolbox built to localize deep brain stimulation electrode placements based on postoperative imaging data. With the release of version 1.4.9 and the “macaque toolbox” (download here) you can start up Lead-DBS in macaque mode by entering
into the Matlab prompt.
Furthermore, the detailed INIA19 macaque atlas has been ported into MNI space and is available in preinstalled form within the Lead-DBS macaque toolbox.
Please do not hesitate to contact us in case of questions or suggestions.
We are happy to announce the first Lead-DBS workshop! The workshop will take place from Sunday, 27th to Monday, 28th of November 2016. In this hands-on workshop organized as a satellite event to the International DBS Symposium of the Clinical Research Group KFO 247, we will give an extensive overview over the possibilities and potential applications […]