Neurophotonics

Editor-in-Chief: David A. Boas, Boston University

Neurophotonics covers advances in optical technology applicable to study of the brain and their impact on the basic and clinical neuroscience applications.

Announcement: Neurophotonics will become a fully open access journal in January 2019. Beginning with submissions received on or after 1 July 2018, authors of accepted papers are required to pay an article processing charge of $1675. Discounts may apply. Click here for more details.

Neurophotonics

Adaptive algorithm utilizing acceptance rate for eliminating noisy epochs in block-design functional near-infrared spectroscopy data: application to study in attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder children

Stephanie Sutoko et al.

Atypical neural modulation in the right prefrontal cortex during an inhibitory task with eye gaze in autism spectrum disorder as revealed by functional near-infrared spectroscopy

Takahiro Ikeda et al.

Assessment of pathological features in Alzheimer’s disease brain tissue with a large field-of-view visible-light optical coherence microscope

Antonia Lichtenegger et al.

September 2018

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Assessment of pathological features in Alzheimer’s disease brain tissue with a large field-of-view visible-light optical coherence microscope

Antonia Lichtenegger et al. (2018) Open Access


Designing a large field-of-view two-photon microscope using optical invariant analysis

Jonathan R. Bumstead et al. (2018) Open Access


Imaging of cortical oxygen tension and blood flow following targeted photothrombotic stroke

Colin T. Sullender et al. (2018) Open Access


Probing amyloid protein aggregation with optical superresolution methods: from the test tube to models of disease

Clemens F. Kaminski, Gabriele S. Kaminski Schierle (2016) Open Access


Whole-cortical graphical networks at wakeful rest in young and older adults revealed by functional near-infrared spectroscopy

Lin Li, Olajide Babawale, Amarnath Yennu, Cynthia Trowbridge, Ryan Hulla, Robert J. Gatchel, Hanli Liu (2018) Open Access


CerebraLux: a low-cost, open-source, wireless probe for optogenetic stimulation

Robel Dagnew et al. (2017) Open Access


Review of transcranial photobiomodulation for major depressive disorder: targeting brain metabolism, inflammation, oxidative stress, and neurogenesis

Paolo Cassano et al. (2016) Open Access


High-performance, inexpensive setup for simultaneous multisite recording of electrophysiological signals and mesoscale voltage imaging in the mouse cortex

Edgar Bermudez-Contreras et al. (2018) Open Access


Patterned photostimulation via visible-wavelength photonic probes for deep brain optogenetics

Eran Segev et al. (2017) Open Access


Investigation of the sensitivity of functional near-infrared spectroscopy brain imaging to anatomical variations in 5- to 11-year-old children

Ashley C. Whiteman, Hendrik Santosa, Daniel F. Chen, Susan B. Perlman, Theodore Huppert (2018) Open Access


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