These researchers are using MSI to develop new QA methods and workflows for processing the agar phantom data collected on the MRI scanners at the Center for Magnetic Resonance Research. There is an enormous amount of QA data collected on these systems over the past 15 years (>2TB) and processing these data and evaluating processing methods requires a large amount of compute and storage capability.
Projects that recently started using MSI resources include:
- Dysfunctional State Representations in Psychosis: From Neurophysiology to Neuroplasticity-based Treatment
- Measuring and Enhancing Creativity and Brain Flexibility in Adolescents with Depression
- An intensive study tracking the brain changes over a weeks long timeframe from psilocybin exposure