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


The journal began publication in May 2014. New articles are continuously added to the current issue throughout each quarter as they are approved for publication.


All articles will be freely available through 2015.

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Pressure modulation algorithm to separate cerebral hemodynamic signals from extracerebral artifacts

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All-optical bidirectional neural interfacing using hybrid multiphoton holographic optogenetic stimulation

Shir Paluch-Siegler; Tom Mayblum; Hod Dana; Inbar Brosh; Inna Gefen; Shy Shoham

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David Boas
  • Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School

About the Journal

Topics suitable for the Neurophotonics include:

  • Microscopic methods
  • Super-resolution nanoscopic methods
  • Optogenetics and other optical methods of manipulating cellular behavior
  • Synthetic and genetically encoded optical reporters and actuators
  • Optical clearing methods
  • Methods to investigate neuroglial and vascular physiology
  • Methods to investigate cellular energetics
  • Noninvasive methods of measuring and imaging brain function and physiology
  • Photoacoustic methods spanning from optical to acoustic resolution
  • Clinical and translation applications
  • Computational methods relevant to understanding and interpreting optical measurements
Full scope

ISSN: 2329-423X
E-ISSN: 2329-4248
Frequency: Quarterly
Indexed in:
  • Chemical Abstracts
  • Inspec

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