Spinal cord and brainstem fMRI analysis software, written in MatLab

This software has been developed by P. Stroman over the past 17 years, and incorporates all of the methods that have been developed to overcome problems of physiological motion, image artifacts, and challenges of spinal cord imaging.

The most recent version includes tools for automated spatial normalization, including normalized reference templates, and improved methods for group anlyses

It has been developed specifically for the sagittal slice imaging method used in the Stroman Lab, and at present, is specifically for data spanning the cervical spinal cord and brainstem.

The software is shared freely to encourage further development and applications of spinal cord fMRI, but we request that if you use any part of it you reference relevant methods papers by P. W. Stroman, Queen's University.

Please e-mail me when you download the software and I will add you to a mailing list to let you know about important updates or bug fixes

The current version ("spinalfmri8") is available here but it does not include the MIRT or conn analysis software packages, which I did not develop. For convenience, I have a link to download the MIRT software (because I don't see it anymore on the NITRC web site) and to where you can get the conn software

If you have any questions contact Dr Patrick Stroman by e-mail at stromanp@queensu.ca , or by phone at 613-533-3245.