The Society in the social networks: Highlights of the activity between June 2018 and February 2019

This is an executive summary of some of the activity that has occurred in the past few months collected from posts you made to our Facebook group and Twitter.

Please note that not every post or news is repeated here, but only those that we felt might be of greater relevance for the society members. This necessarily involves some discretionary choices, and hence it is prone to bias. We can only make our best effort to aim for fairness.
Nevertheless, if you know of any other relevant activity that you think should be included here, please contact us with your comments so that we can be more comprehensive. Our order of presentation follows no particular order. For future newsletter issues, we encourage you to announce events in our Facebook group or in Twitter using the hashtag #fNIRS

fNIRS Newsletter server has changed

By David Boas

We moved our fNIRS newsletter server to a more professional server, but this requires you to re-register your email for the fNIRS newsletter. The Society for Functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy generally sends no more than one email per month, except in the month or two leading up to our conference that happens once every two years. Our newsletter contains lots of useful information about fNIRS activities and we hope that you will sign up to continue to receive the newsletter.

Please go to the link below to register for the newsletter. You will be able to unregister at any time. You can always find the registration information on our website at https://fnirs.org , as well as the link to unregister.

Video on monitoring fNIRS during cycling from the Global Cycling Network

By Katharina Stute.

fNIRS publication number increased by almost 20%

By Baris Yesilyurt

According to Pubmed, the number of publications with fNIRS or NIRS as keywords in 2018 overtakes the last year’s publications by ca. 20%! The fNIRS-Virus has continue been spreading. Worth checking!Advance

Advance fNIRS analysis course videos from Ted Huppert’s lab

fNIRS Symposium – January 16, 2018

By David Boas

fNIRS Training Workshops in Boston, Nov 2018

By David Boas

Release of PHOEBE

By Luca Pollonini

Polls on fNIRS challenges, applications and limitations

By Maria Angela Franceschini

The FB groups reached 1000 members

Melissa Wu became member 1000 of the FB group on the 6th of August 2018.

fNIRS Video Contest by NIRx

By NIRx

Neuroimage Special Issue on Global Health

Submission deadline was January 31, 2019 but keep an eye when it comes out.

Prof Deghani Inaugural Lecture