Viji Ravindranath

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There is significant interest amongst neuroscientists in sharing neuroscience data and analytical tools. The exchange of neuroscience data and tools between groups affords the opportunity to differently re-analyze previously collected data, encourage new neuroscience interpretations and foster otherwise uninitiated collaborations, and provide a framework(More)
BACKGROUND Nonunion of diaphyseal fractures of the humerus are frequently seen in clinical practice (incidence of up to 15% in certain studies) and osteosynthesis using dynamic compression plates, intra medullary nails and Ilizarov fixators have been reported previously. Locking compression plates (LCP) are useful in the presence of disuse osteoporosis,(More)
The requirements for neuroinformatics to make a significant impact on neuroscience are not simply technical--the hardware, software, and protocols for collaborative research--they also include the legal and policy frameworks within which projects operate. This is not least because the creation of large collaborative scientific databases amplifies the(More)
The requirements for neuroinformatics to make a significant impact on neuroscience are not simply technical—the hardware, software, and protocols for collaborative research—they also include the legal and policy frameworks within which projects operate. This is not least because the creation of large collaborative scientific databases amplifies the(More)
SHUN-ICHI AMARI, FRANCESCO BELTRAME, JAN G. BJAALIE, TURGAY DALKARA, ERIK DE SCHUTTER, GARY F. EGAN∗, NIGEL H. GODDARD, CARMEN GONZALEZ, STEN GRILLNER, ANDREAS HERZ, K.-PETER HOFFMANN, IIRO JAASKELAINEN, STEPHEN H. KOSLOW, SOO-YOUNG LEE, LINE MATTHIESSEN, PERRY L. MILLER, FERNANDO MIRA DA SILVA, MIRKO NOVAK, VIJI RAVINDRANATH, RAPHAEL RITZ, ULLA(More)
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