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Abstract #2730

BATS: the Boston ASL Template and Simulator – development and initial evaluation

Manuel Taso1, Fanny Munsch1, and David C Alsop1
1Division of MRI research, Department of Radiology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States

Neuroscientific and clinical research has seen tremendous advances over the past 25 years. While hardware, pulse-sequences and reconstruction developments have been an immense driver for this, image processing tools have also been crucial.While anatomical templates such as the MNI152 have become widely used and are a hallmark of neuroimaging analyses, functional contrast-specific templates for group studies are much scarcer but of great interest. We therefore report here the initial development of BATS – the Boston ASL Template and Simulator, highlighting its development and initial use.

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