Submitted 25 February 2020 by Heather Edgar
http://nmdid.unm.edu is a new resource, providing researchers with access to decedent whole-body computed tomography (CT) scans and a rich set of associated metadata. The scans and data relate to over 15,000 decedents who were processed by the New Mexico Office of the Medical Investigator from 2010-2017. The database includes:
Over 50 TB of CT data Up to 69 fields of associated data per individual A sample reflecting the diversity of New Mexico, USA. No cost research access
This resource can facilitate research in forensic pathology, radiology, anthropology, public health, and many other fields. The ease of accessibility, coupled with the size and diversity of the sample promises to make this an incomparable tool for new discovery. Please visit http://nmdid.unm.edu to see for yourself!
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