Task force description
The guidelines developed by TF 4.1 will enable interoperability and facilitate the comparison of results produced by different ASL analysis tools, studies or sites. We aim to harmonize and increase the detail in the description of parameters and configurations, enable encoding of the complete perfusion imaging workflow, and pave the way for consensus building. An important application will be the amendment of the DICOM standard for ASL perfusion parametric maps, as well as BIDS extensions, and development of demonstrations and use cases.
Task force leads
Task force members
Ghent Institute for metabolic and Functional Imaging (GIfMI), Belgium
University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Dresden, Germany
University of Southern California, USA
University of Pennsylvania, USA
State University of New York at Binghamton, USA
Task force status
- 2020.01.15 Leads confirmed
- 2020.02.18 Member confirmed
- 2020.03.25 New member joined
- 2020.06.17 1st online meeting, meet & greet, first lexicon draft/sketch created
- 2020.07.22 2nd online meeting, working on the milestone
Task force members links
- Task force folder on drive - storage space for public or private documents developed by the task force.
- Task force slack channel - for discussions between task force members.
- Task force webpage backend - for information on task force progress, links to public resources, aims, membership, status, etc.