MNI/McGill (7T Terra)
MNI/McGill (7T Terra)#
Book the scanner#
Email BIC finance (“Bic-Finance Mni” firstname.lastname@example.org) in order to open the time slot in the calendar
Login into https://coreservices.medicine.mcgill.ca/ords/f?p=282:LOGIN_DESKTOP:215990860603743::::: with Julien’s username or another authorised person (Alexandru, Eva ?)
For phantom scanning, indicate that it is a “development scan / phantom scan” in the “Other pertinent information or instructions to this study” field when booking your scan request. This is very important because the rate is reduced by a factor two.
Add the session to the MRI log book (see MRI scanning).
Fill out the screening forms#
Download the data#
Extensive list of BIC how-to information: https://forum.bic.mni.mcgill.ca/t/how-to-retrieve-download-mri-dicom-data/1657
Login to BIC server (you need to ask for an account in the first place): http://www.bic.mni.mcgill.ca/Services/HowToLogin
Type “find_mri sessionname”, where MRIID is the name of your scan session (for example acdc_spine_7t_049p)
Note down the full path of the sessionname under /data/transfer/dicom/sessionname_X_X (for example,
Claim the data as yours: “find_mri -claim sessionname”
Exit the ssh session
Use scp or rsync or Filezilla to download that data.
scp -r email@example.com:/data/transfer/dicom/sessionname_X_X ~/local/direction/path
For our example, that would be:
scp -r firstname.lastname@example.org:/data/transfer/dicom/acdc_spine_7t_049p_20220923_111852672 /Users/username/local/path/to/data
Zip the data and put them on duke under
mri/projectnameif not already there.