About Anatomist


BrainVISA software relies on Anatomist software visualization capacities. Anatomist has been designed in the Service Hospitalier Frédéric Joliot of CEA. It is now developped in Neurospin, in JF Mangin's team, LNAO. The current version stems from ten years of work on several prototypes. One of its main original features is the generic module dedicated to structural data (various graphs). Anatomist is mainly developped by Denis Rivière and Dimitri Papadopoulos-Orfanos. A lot of other contributors, however, have added some features: Cyril Poupon, Fabrice Poupon, Renaud Maroy, Bernard Secher, Olivier Pizzato, Fabien Delaye, Jean-Francois Mangin, Vincent Frouin, etc...
For the time being, Anatomist is only described in an abstract related to a presentation in HBM'2000:

A structural browser of brain anatomy.
D. Rivière, D. Papadopoulos-Orfanos, J. Régis and J.-F. Mangin.
NeuroImage, 11(5), HBM, San Antonio, 2000

Anatomist and the segmentation toolbox gathered in Brainvisa stem from ten years of collaborations between the following teams:

Anatomist's design has been supported by the GIS cognition science (french research ministry), by the "mission pour le développement de l'innovation participative" (délégation générale pour l'armement), and by Elekta.