Publications Highlights June 2018

The following publications where shared in FB, Twitter and other social media

List compiled by Xiaosu (Frank) Hu

A case-study of NIRS application for infant cerebral hemodynamic monitoring: A report of data analysis for feature extraction and infant classification into healthy and unhealthy

Applications of Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) in Studying Cognitive Development: The Case of Mathematics and Language

Binary Classification Using Neural and Clinical Features: An Application in Fibromyalgia with Likelihood based Decision Level Fusion

Brain Oscillatory and Hemodynamic Activity in a Bimanual Coordination Task Following Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS): A Combined EEG-fNIRS Study

Cerebral Hemodynamic Influences in Task-Related Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Near-Infrared Spectroscopy in Acute Sport-Related Concussion: A Review

Cerebral vasoreactivity in response to a head-of-bed position change is altered in patients with moderate and severe obstructive sleep apnea

Dynamic causal modelling on infant fNIRS data: A validation study on a simultaneously recorded fNIRS-fMRI dataset

Estimating Functional Connectivity Symmetry between Oxy- and Deoxy-Haemoglobin: Implications for fNIRS Connectivity Analysis

In vivo time-gated diffuse correlation spectroscopy at quasi-null source-detector separation

Liquid phantoms for near-infrared and diffuse correlation spectroscopies with tunable optical and dynamic properties

Oxygen dependency of mitochondrial metabolism indicates outcome of newborn brain injury

Robotic Surgery Improves Technical Performance and EnhancesPrefrontal Activation During High Temporal Demand

Simultaneous monitoring of cerebral perfusion and cytochrome c oxidase by combining broadband near-infrared spectroscopy and diffuse correlation spectroscopy

The NIRS Brain AnalyzIR Toolbox

Time domain diffuse correlation spectroscopy: modeling the effects of laser coherence length and instrument response function

Validation of a novel wearable, wireless technology to estimate oxygen levels and lactate threshold power in the exercising muscle