FireVoxel is a Windows-based research software package for analyzing MRI, CT, PET, and SPECT images. It has been developed by Artem Mikheev and Henry Rusinek at the Department of Radiology, New York University School of Medicine. FireVoxel provides powerful image processing tools for:
Loading and displaying images in DICOM or image formats (Analyze, MIDAS, NIfTI, etc.)
Region-of-interest (ROI) analysis
Motion correction and coregistration
Modeling and parametric mapping of 4D datasets and dynamic series, including diffusion-weighted MRI and dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI
Many other common image analysis tasks and workflows.
FireVoxel is provided for research purposes only. It is not intended for clinical use. The software is available free of charge to users at not-for-profit research institutions, including academic, medical, and independent research centers.
FireVoxel is provided solely for research purposes and must not be used for diagnosing patients or commercial activity.
Users who download and install FireVoxel must accept the terms of License Agreement.
https://firevoxel.org – FireVoxel website – Download the latest software version, obtain instructions for obtaining the license key, and access software documentation and video tutorials.
https://iacfvx.blogspot.com – Artem Mikheev’s blog on development news, features, and updates.
Basic FireVoxel Tutorials YouTube channel – Video tutorials on FireVoxel basic functionality.
Advanced FireVoxel Software YouTube channel – Video tutorials on advanced topics and workflows.