QBIN funds five new Living Working Groups

We are pleased to announce that QBIN will support five new Living Working Groups led by QBIN members. A Living Working Group is a dynamic and collaborative team that engages multiple stakeholders to address various challenges and fulfill unmet needs in the field of bio-imaging. Each of the following working groups will receive up to $35,000. We wish them all success in achieving their objectives!

Assessing demographics in brain imaging research in Quebec
Eva Alonso Ortiz (Polytechnique Montreal), Benjamin de Leener (Polytechnique Montreal), Udunna Anazodo (McGill University), Oyeniran Olujide (Western University)

Validation of the Quebec battery for the numerical evaluation of attentional and executive functions (ExecQc)
Dave Saint-Amour (UQAM), Andréanne Michaud (Université Laval), Carol Hudon (Université Laval), Isabelle Soulières (UQAM)

Supporting researchers in building living preprints with NeuroLibre
Nikola Stikov (Polytechnique Montreal), Sylvia Villeneuve (McGill University), Hassan Rivaz (Concordia University), Maxime Descoteaux (Université de Sherbrooke)

The M-BICS : an initiative to make neuroimaging collaborative, FAIR and reusable in Montreal and Quebec
Jean-Baptiste Poline (McGill University), Julien Cohen-Adad (Polytechnique Montreal), Pierre Bellec (Université de Montréal), Tristan Glatard (Concordia University), Mallar Chakravarty (McGill University)

Federated learning in medical imaging: Integration of PARADIM and CODA for development of multicentric AI
Gilles Soulez (CRCHUM), Philippe Després (Université Laval), Eric Turcotte (Université de Sherbrooke), An Tang (CRCHUM)