Research

Functional Optical Neuroimaging (fNIRS)

My main line of research is about optical neuroimaging; the functional Near InfraRed Spectroscopy (fNIRS). My interest in diffuse optical imaging ranges from developing the device and dealing with the image reconstruction until the data analysis and interpretation.

fNIRS Data matrix

Mostly, in collaboration with Prof. Yang and Prof. Darzi group at Imperial College London, I have applied fNIRS to neuroergonomics; the observation of the brain at work. During my time at Imperial, I developed ICNNA a tool for fNIRS analysis with statistical, topological (manifold embedding) and graph theoretical capabilities.

Now, fNIRS is coming at the center of our research at the Biosignal Processing and Medical Computing Lab at INAOE.

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Labs

In no particular order. Please note that this is not a who's who; these are not pages from individual researchers, but lab pages. Feel free to send me an e-mail if you want some other lab website to be listed here.

Projects from other groups

  • Global fNIRS from UCL (UK), Birbeck (UK) and MRC Unit (The Gambia). Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
  • Baby-Lux from Politechnico Milano. Funded by the European Union.
    • Aims at providing the first integrated DCS-TD-fNIRS instrument for monitoring cerebral oxygen metabolism and blood flow in preterm neonates.
  • Metabolight from UCL. Funded by the Wellcome Trust.
  • OpenNIRS.org from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).
    • Aims at providing hardware documentation and files for modular open Near InfraRed-Spectroscopy (NIRS) instrumentation.

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