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Publications Highlights June 2018

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Publications Highlights February 2018

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Publications Highlights September 2017

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Publications Highlights April 2017

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Publications Highlights November 2016

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Publications Highlights May 2016

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Portable brain-mapping device allows researchers to ‘see’ where memory fails student veterans

UT Arlington researchers have successfully used a portable brain-mapping device to show limited prefrontal cortex activity among student veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder when they were asked to recall information from simple memorization tasks. Read more about the study here.

New fNIRS-FD instrument capable of identifying affected areas of brain

Researchers with the National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics (INAOE) in Mexico have reported a functional near-infrared spectroscopy device that could help monitor the rehabilitation of patients with neurological damage caused by stroke. Read more about the study here.

Optical brain scanner goes where other brain scanners can’t

Joe Culver and colleagues at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have published a Nature Photonics paper describing an exciting new diffuse optical tomography instrument. The instrument covers two-thirds of a subject’s head and can image brain processes occurring in multiple regions and brain networks—those involved in “daydreaming,” for example. Read more about the study here.

Testing for concussion with portable fNIRS

In a recent post, BioOptics World looks at concussion evaluation with portable functional NIRS. Associate Editor Lee Dubay discusses two projects led by University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences researchers, which demonstrate the potential of the technology for this very important application. Read the post here.