Open Meshed Anatomy (OMA) is a PhD project, in collaboration with the Open Anatomy Project (OAP), aiming to facilitate and improve computational simulations of human body parts using free and open atlases available from OAP. By leveraging these existing segmented and labeled atlases, OMA streamlines the creation of computational grids/meshes for researchers and integrates valuable spatial anatomy information for a better understanding and visualization of simulation results. Similar to OAP’s goals, the project will offer these resources and visualization tools via an open web platform or 3D Slicer, fostering global collaboration and research among the scientific community.
Objective A. Determine the optimal way to assign labels to mesh elements/nodes describing structural names from the atlas.
Objective B. Improve SlicerAtlasEditor functionalities and merge to SlicerOpenAnatomy extension. Refer to Figure 1 and 2.
Objective C. Implement contextual visualisation of results from computational simulations. Refer to Figure 3.
Figure 1: Simplifying Open Anatomy Project’s Brain Atlas to ROI using SlicerAtlasEditor
Figure 2: Fixing non-manifold voxels in atlas label map. 
Figure 3: Query and visualize simulation results on ROI
The Open Anatomy Project website: https://www.openanatomy.org/.
Open Anatomy Project’s Brain Atlas: https://github.com/mhalle/spl-brain-atlas.
 S. J. Owen, M. L. Staten, and M. C. Sorensen, “Parallel hexahedral meshing from volume fractions,” Engineering with Computers, vol. 30, no. 3, pp. 301–313, Jul. 2014, doi: 10.1007/s00366-012-0292-8.