Category: ChRIS

An Inside Look into the ChRIS Project from a Student’s Perspective

At first look Parul appears deceivingly shy. However, my first impression couldn’t have been farther from the truth. A second-year masters student at Northeastern, Software Engineer Intern at Red Hat, and aspiring comedian — Parul is articulate, authentic, and intelligent. At Red Hat, Parul is working on a collaborative project between Red Hat, Boston University, Massachusetts Open […]

Intern Presentation Series: ChRIS & Artificial Intelligence

Last Friday afternoon in Red Hat’s Boston office, Collaboratory interns came together to participate in the first of series of weekly intern presentations. ChRIS The first presentation was given by two Boston University students, Chloe and Parul, on ChRIS, a web-based neuroimaging and informatics system for collecting, organizing, processing, visualizing, and sharing of medical data. […]

ChRIS at the Red Hat Summit

“Ideas Worth Exploring” Keynote with Jim Whitehurst and Dr. Ellen Grant At the Red Hat Summit last month, Dr. Ellen Grant, Director of Fetal and Neonatal Neuroimaging Research at Boston Children’s Hopsital and Professor of Radiology and Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School joined Jim Whitehurst up on stage during his keynote, “Ideas Worth Exploring.” She […]

ChRIS Code Lab Event Report

On March 27 and 28, the Collaboratory hosted a code lab event for the ChRIS imaging platform at Red Hat’s Open Innovation Lab in Boston. ChRIS (ChRIS Research Integration Service) is a cloud-based platform developed as part of a collaborative effort between Boston Children’s Hospital, Red Hat, Boston University, and the Massachusetts Open Cloud (MOC). […]