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Boston University fNIRS Symposium

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We are organizing a one-day symposium on functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) in Boston on January 16, 2018. The event will be held at Boston University and should be of particular interest to the regional fNIRS community. All are welcome to attend. The schedule includes six invited speakers, a poster session, and panel discussions, as well as lunch and an evening reception. It should be a great opportunity for networking with other developers and users of fNIRS from the regional area and beyond.

We will have a registration deadline of mid-December for estimation of the number of participants. We only have limited space for posters. Stay tuned for the detailed agenda and registration information at bu.edu/neurophotonics. Confirmed invited speakers include: Joy Hirsch, Ted Huppert, Ioulia Kovelman, Katherine Perdue, and Meryem Yucel.

David Boas