The fNIRS community is coming together and growing in significant ways. The goal of the fnirs.org website is to help strengthen the community by providing information about instruments, probes, analysis software, related meetings and publications, and more.
Neuroimage Special Issue
NeuroImage will be publishing a Special Issue on “Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS)” featuring review articles and original submissions highlighting recent developments. This field is one in which NeuroImage has published many excellent and important papers. It continues to be an area of great importance and current controversy. Drs. David Boas, Clare Elwell, Marco Ferrari and Gentaro Taga will serve as Guest Editors for this special issue. See here for further details.
fNIRS2012 was a tremendous success and we are already looking ahead to fNIRS2014, Oct. 10-12 in Montreal. The 2014 meeting will be organized by local organizer Frederic Lesage and program chair Hellmuth Obrig.