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Marker Enrichment Modeling (MEM)
Marker Enrichment Modeling (MEM) software is a quantitative system for objectively labeling and characterizing complex cell populations by quantifying feature enrichment and reporting a text label. MEM label reporting provides a new way to objectively and quantitatively communicate cell type in studies of complex, dynamic tissue microenvironments, such as stem cell niches, immune responses, and human tumors.
SENSE Theatre® - A Stage of Hope For Children With Autism
The SENSE Theatre® Manual is the introduction, guide, and instruction manual to incorporating theatre and behavioral techniques to improve social skills in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The novel approach utilizes established behavioral methods in combination with theatrical techniques delivered in a supportive, peer-mediated, and community-based intervention.
Vandpire ASL Toolbox: A Novel Data-processing Pipeline for Imaging Research (VANDPIRE)
VANDPIRE is an intuitive and comprehensive software for quantifying cerebral blood flow (CBF) and calculating CBF territories based upon arterial spin labeling (ASL) MRI data. CBF analysis, particularly CBF territory analysis, is time-consuming and requires an advanced knowledge of scripting and up-to-date mathematical models. As a result, many researchers who are interested in performing such analyses are unable to do so.
VU ELC - How to Avoid Plagiarism iBook
This iBook gives a brief overview of what plagiarism might mean at Vanderbilt University based on cases that have been viewed as plagiarism. This iBook was created by the Vanderbilt University English Language Center (ELC) as part of our mission to address the professional, academic, and practical language needs of students who have a first language other than English. This iBook includes a test on recognizing instances of plagiarism and tips and advice on how to avoid plagiarism.
BCL::Commons™
BCL::Commons™ (also known as the BioChemistry Library Project) is an object oriented C++ programming library. The library is designed to simulate biological molecules – proteins and peptides in particular – as well as small chemicals such as therapeutics. It comprises mathematical methods to evaluate the energy of these molecules in their natural environment.
Latin American Public Opinion Project
The Latin American Public Opinion Project (LAPOP) is a leader in the development, implementation, and analysis of data on individual opinions and behavior. As a center for excellence in survey research, LAPOP uses “gold standard” approaches and innovative methods to carry out targeted and national surveys; conduct impact evaluation studies; and produce reports on individual attitudes, evaluations, and experiences across the Americas.
MFA Suite™
Update (06/23/2016): New releases of INCA (v1.5) and ETA (v2.5) software are now available for download. If you are an existing licensee, please download the zip file from "My Premium Content" section of VUe-Innovations after logging in with your username and password.   The MFA Suite™ (Metabolic Flux Analysis Suite) is a software toolkit providing a powerful approach for quantifying the rates, or “fluxes”, of intracellular metabolic pathways.  The information generated from the MFA Suite of tools is useful for identifying pathway bottlenecks, elucidating network regulation, and quantifying the flow or fate of carbon within a biological system.
Molecular Image Fusion
The Molecular Image Fusion system is a software framework that can predict ion distributions in tissue. It accomplishes this by fusing data from two distinct technologies: imaging mass spectrometry (IMS) and microscopy. IMS-generated molecular maps, rich in chemical information but having coarse spatial resolution, are combined with optical microscopy maps, which have relatively low chemical specificity but high spatial information.
MOOSES™
MOOSES™ (Multi-Option Observation System for Experimental Studies) software makes it easy to collect and analyze data from any type of real time event. Data can be collected using a desktop PC, a laptop, a handheld PC, or a windows tablet and later analyzed across several dimensions. Data collected from digital audio and video files using ProcoderDV™ can also be analyzed using MOOSES™.
Parent Stress Intervention Program
The Parent Stress Intervention Program (PSIP) was developed by staff and faculty at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, were used in the multi-year Parent/Child Stress Intervention Project piloted by Elisabeth Dykens, Ph.D., in 2010-2013.
Play Nicely™
Play Nicely™ is an efficient and effective way for everyone to learn appropriate parenting strategies. The program utilizes a public health approach and is offered in both English and Spanish in three separate versions for parents, teachers, and healthcare professionals. The program is brief; it lasts 50 minutes, yet offers results in as few as five to ten minutes.
ProcoderDV™
ProcoderDV™ (Procoder for Digital Video) was developed at Vanderbilt University's Kennedy Center to facilitate data collection from digital media in a variety of research projects. ProcoderDV™ catalogs and facilitates the retrieval and replay of specific events that are captured in digital video or audio files.
ReconFTI
ReconFTI is a software that reconstructs functional tensor images from conventional functional magnetic resonance images. Reconstructed functional tensor images can be used to delineate functional pathways in the human brain. These functional pathways may help neuroscientists understand how different cortical regions of the human brain interact with each other.
STAT™
The STAT™ (Screening Tool for Autism in Toddlers & Young Children) is an empirically derived, interactive measure that has been developed to screen for autism in children between 24 and 36 months of age. It is designed for use by community service providers who work with young children in assessment or intervention settings and who have experience with autism.