FireVoxel Documentation

FireVoxel (firevoxel.org) is a Windows-based research software package for image analysis of MRI, CT, PET, and SPECT. It has been developed by Artem Mikheev and Henry Rusinek at the Department of Radiology, NYU School of Medicine. FireVoxel provides powerful image processing tools for:

  • Loading and displaying images in DICOM or image (Analyze, NIfTI, or Midas) formats

  • Region-of-interest (ROI) analysis

  • Image segmentation

  • Motion correction

  • Modeling and parametric mapping of 4D datasets and dynamic series

  • Many other common image analysis tasks and automatic workflows.

FireVoxel is for research purposes only. It is not intended for clinical use. The software is currently available free of charge to users at academic and not-for-profit research institutions. Please see Install FireVoxel for terms of use and installation instructions.

Note: 4/15/2022 — Please note that this website is under construction. New documentation is added daily and existing materials are continually revised.

User Guide

Cite FireVoxel

If you publish research results obtained using FireVoxel, please cite our website (https://firevoxel.org), FireVoxel build number, and any relevant publications. For example:

“…masks were obtained from FLAIR images using the freely available software package FireVoxel, build 368, (https://firevoxel.org) following the procedure described by…”