Acknowledgments: Slicer 4

To acknowledge 3D Slicer as a platform, please cite the Slicer web site ( and the following publication when publishing work that uses or incorporates 3D Slicer. Many of the modules are based on individual algorithms. The module documentation page typically provides a reference.

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Funding Sources

Neuroimage Analysis Center
P41 EB015902 and P41 RR13218 (until 12-2011) (PI: Kikinis)
Quantitative Image Informatics for Cancer Research (QIICR) U24 CA180918 (PI: Kikinis and Fedorov)
National Alliance for Medical Image Computing
U54 EB005149 (PI: Kikinis)
National Center for Image-Guided Therapy
P41 EB015898, previously RR019703 (PI: Jolesz)
1U01CA151261-01 (PI: Fennessy)
ARRA supplement to NAC: Qt port, EM Segmenter, Annotations
NCI academia-industry partnership R01 CA138419-01 (PI: Wells and Aylward)
“Cognitive and Functional Brain Changes in Preclinical Huntington’s Disease (HD)” (HD-fMRI; NS054893)
“Neurobiological Predictors of Huntington's Disease” (PREDICT-HD; NS40068)

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Slicer Programming

Slicer is built on an open source software infrastructure based on the NA-MIC Kit and consisting of the following elements:


Software Tools to Support Software Engineering Methodology

Acknowledgments: Slicer 3

Acknowledgments: Slicer 2