By Louisa Gossé
We are looking for contributions to our “fNIRS in the Lab” photo series! Do you have a fun(ny) picture of your fNIRS set-up? Or want to share what your fNIRS testing looks like with fNIRS community?
Send us your photo along with a small description of what it is you are researching (and where)! We will share it in the upcoming weeks on our social media pages.
fNIRS is used in so many different study set-ups with research participants that range from seals and dogs to human babies and adults. We have heard of fNIRS being used in fieldwork in rural settings and in the basement of research labs by undergrads. With this photo series, we want to showcase the many ways in which fNIRS is used by fNIRS researchers in different fields all over the world.
How can I participate? Send us your photo along with a small description of what it is you are researching (and where)! You can send it via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via a message on Twitter to our official account @SfNIRS.
What photos are you looking for? Anything you fancy – as long as it’s related to fNIRS testing! Make sure you have permission by everyone in the photo to share it freely.
Where will you post these photos? We will post them on our official Society for fNIRS Twitter account @SfNIRS and in our facebook group in the upcoming months!
Need some more inspiration? See our example below!