• Technical Conference:  05 – 10 May 2024
  • The CLEO Hub: 07 – 09 May 2024


Fatemah Alharthi, Mississippi State University, USA
Mohammad Moshahid Kahn, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, USA
Nisan Ozana, Harvard Medical School, MGH, USA
Prabhakar Pradhan, Mississippi State University, USA
Zeev Zalevsky, Bar Ilan University, Israel

The use of optical methods for neuroimaging has significantly increased in the last decade and plays a key role in understanding the brain functionality. Advanced optical neuroimaging technologies provide an opportunity to sense the central nervous system at the point-of-care. This A&T Topical Review brings together researchers from all aspects of optics to discuss emerging techniques and their impact on neuroscience applications. 

Invited Speakers

Xiaojun Cheng, Boston University, USA
Measurements of Human Cerebral Blood Flow Changes with Speckle Contrast Optical Spectroscopy

Caroline Magnain, Harvard Medical School, USA
Multimodal, Multiscale Imaging of the Postmortem Human Brain

Samarendra Mohanty, Nanoscope Technologies, LLC, USA

Marco Renna, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA
Advanced Optical Modalities for Diffuse Correlation Spectroscopy

David Sinefeld, Jerusalem College of Technology, Israel
Advantages and Limitations of Adaptive Optics in Multi-Photon Microscopy

Vivek Srinivasan, New York University, USA
Scalable Human Brain Imaging with Time-of-Flight Filtered Diffuse Optical Interferometry

Hari M Varma, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Diffuse Autocorrelation and Speckle Contrast Based Cerebral Blood Flow Imaging: A Theoretical and Experimental Analysis

Yi Xue, University of California, Davis, USA
Light Field Two-Photon Microscopy for Brain Photo-Stimulation and Imaging