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The Imaging Tutorials are a special feature of the Hopkins Imaging Initiative. These videos feature quick lessons about basic aspects of imaging. Whether you're an engineer looking to brush up on neuroanatomy or a clinician who wants to know what "Fourier Transforms" are, view a video for a few minutes of education.

If you would like to request a particular topic or teach a tutorial, please use the form below. Topics should be intuitive and aim at introducing imaging concepts. Topics and lecturers will be posted below the form along with links to the tutorials when they are made available. Only one lecturer will be accepted per topic. If a topic is already listed, but not claimed please e-mail johnshopkinsimaging+tutorial@gmail.com.

Tips for Creating a Tutorial


For those making a tutorial:
  • Tutorials must be 5-10 minutes in length.
  • Animation is highly encouraged, but power point slides also work
  • There will be a standard format that the videos should be submitted in (undecided) and we will be setting up opportunities for us to help you record your tutorials (to be announced).
  • The videos will be publicly posted on YouTube.
  • There will be a prize for the best video (depending on the response either every 3 months or at the end of the year).

Tips for creating a tutorial via Mac or PC from Shopper Market Expo:

Submit a Suggestion for an Imaging Tutorial Topic/Lecturer

Use the form below to request a tutorial topic, claim a tutorial topic, or suggest a lecturer for a tutorial topic.

Imaging Tutorials



List of Tutorial Topics

The list below shows topics that have been requested, topics that have been claimed, and/or topics that are in progress.

Imaging Tutorials





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