Professor Nia was interviewed regarding his latest advancement in crystalized ribcage technology.
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As one of 11 grants, with a total support cost of $150 million, Professor Boas et al. will utilize their portion of the funding for their research on “Mapping Connectivity of the Human Brainstem in a Nuclear Coordinate System” Read more here: https://www.ninds.nih.gov/news-events/highlights-announcements/nih-brain-initiative-launches-projects-develop-innovative-technologies-map-brain-incredible-detail Project Abstract: The ~1 billion neurons that form the human brainstem are […]
Professor Ramirez has been named as one of several LatinX leaders in Massachusetts as a part of AmplifyLatinX’s inaugural ALX 100 award reception.
Professors Jerome Mertz and Mike Economo developed a new method and microscope allowing them to see electrical activity between brain cells in exquisite detail
David Boas, in addition to other BU researchers, were recently featured in a new SPIE article discussing their advancements in detecting blood circulation problems
Since 2017, Professor David Boas, founding director of the BU Neurophotonics Center (NPC), has been building an interdisciplinary community to develop and deploy photonics technologies that allow scientists to use light to study the brain in impactful new ways.
Incoming Neurophotonics Center assistant professor Matthias Stangl is looking into the “how” and “why” of neural mechanisms. By Danny Giancioppo: Neuroscientist Matthias Stangl will be joining the Boston University Department of Biomedical Engineering, the Neurophotonics Center (NPC), the Center for Systems Neuroscience, and the Cognitive Neuroimaging Center this January after an already impressive career at […]
Professor Roblyer will be serving as the editor-in-chief of SPIE‘s latest journal, “Biophotonics Discovery (BIOS),” beginning publication in early 2024. The journal will serve as an outlet for new and advancing technologies, research, and findings within the biophotonics field, a burgeoning subdivision of both biology and photonics. This is publication also serves as an outlet through which […]
Assistant Professor Xiaojun Cheng was the lead PI in this project on “A transformative method for functional brain imaging with Speckle Contrast Optical Spectroscopy,” with co-PI David Boas. Abstract: Advances in non-invasive monitoring of human brain function under normal and pathological conditions will lead to breakthroughs in our understanding of the brain in health and […]
BU researchers developed a new method and microscope allowing them to see electrical activity between brain cells in exquisite detail