BIRC provides online and in-person resources to support every step of your project. Please email us if you have any questions not answered below!
- The BIRC Wiki (campus or VPN required) has additional documentation for each BIRC resource. All users can view the wiki and encouraged to contribute after NetID sign in.
- The BIRC Computing Guide (under construction) provides support for high performance computing and containerized processing pipelines.
- Background readings on MR, EEG and TMS topics are available in the BIRC Zotero group.
The CT Institute for the Brain and Cognitive Sciences (IBaCS) offers IBACS-BIRC Research Assistantships in Neuroimaging (IBRAiN). After formal training, IBRAiN fellows provide a teaching resource to help BIRC users design and implement experimental procedures for fMRI, EEG, TMS and other methodologies, provide resources for data analysis, and oversee use of equipment by others. IBRAiN service to BIRC users is intended to be focused on educating BIRC users, rather than deliverable results. Click here for information about the scope of IBRAiN activities and associated policy. Click here for more information about applying to this program.
To help match your needs with an IBRAiN Fellow, please request support using this form. IBRAiN fellows also monitor the BIRC slack channel.
BIRC listservs and Slack
Important BIRC announcements are distributed via the
MRI_CENTER-L listserv. All BIRC users or interested parties should subscribe to this list. To subscribe, send an email to email@example.com with the body:
SUB MRI_CENTER-L Firstname Lastname
The BIRC Slack group is intended to be a community support service where users can ask questions or share other relevant information. Click to join the group (bircgroup.slack.com) with your UConn email address. IBRAiN fellows also monitor Slack.