|The SfNIRS Society and its members are heartbroken by the tragic loss of many lives as a result of the earthquakes that hit Turkey and Syria on Feb 6th, 2023. We express our solidarity and support with all those who were affected by this terrible tragedy. Anyone wishing to make donation to help the people affected please consider the following organizations.|
The Society for functional near-infrared spectroscopy (SfNIRS) is a professional organization of basic and clinical scientists who seek to understand the functional properties of biological tissues, especially the brain, using optical methods. The aim of the Society is to promote the exchange of ideas, interdisciplinary collaboration, and education.
The purpose of this website is to help strengthen the community by providing information about instruments, probes, analysis software, related meetings, publications, and more.
fNIRS 2022 Boston has been a great meeting
See the video recording of all Oral sessions
See the program @ https://fnirs.org/events/conferences/fnirs-2022-schedule/
Download the program book here
See you everyone at fNIRS 2024 in Birmingham, UK
- Become a member
- Register to fNIRS2022 https://fnirs2022.fnirs.org/registration/
- fNIRS2022 program https://fnirs.org/events/conferences/fnirs-2022-schedule/
- Society webinars – Research talks from our young researchers
- Educational tutorials – Educational talks from senior researchers
The Society for fNIRS has adopted Neurophotonics as its official journal. Please consider submitting your next relevant article to the new special issue: 30 YEARS OF FUNCTIONAL NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY. https://www.spiedigitallibrary.org/journals/neurophotonics/call-for-papers#navBarAnchor
Additional information about impact factor, indexing and special issues can be found here.
Our society is present and very active on social media. Join our group on Facebook or tweet your fNIRS related information on Twitter using the hashtag #fNIRS.