|Description:||Biomedical imaging with extensions for, e.g., brain extraction, tissue classification and Talairach alignment|
|Developer:||Center for Information Technology, National Institutes of Health|
|Feature(s):||Brain extraction, Brain tissue classification, Spatial normalization, Face de-indentification|
MIPAV (Medical Image Processing, Analysis, and Visualization) is a java package for biomedical images, that may also be used in neuroimaging. It is developed by Matthew McAuliffe from Center for Information Technology, National Institutes of Health.
The neuroimaging extension has tools for brain extraction, brain tissue classification and Talairach alignment as well as a face de-identification. The "Talairach alignment" is done from 5 or 6 landmarks. Brain extraction is with BET or BSE algorithms.