multimodal imaging; neuroscience; near infrared imaging; cerebal oxygenation; resting state; hyperconnectivity; hyperscanning
Ostojic D., Jiang J., Isler H., Kleiser S., Karen T., Wolf M., Scholkmann F. (2020), Impact of Skull Thickness on Cerebral NIRS Oximetry in Neonates: An in silico Study, in Ryu Pan Dong, LaManna Joseph C., Harrison David K, Lee Sang-Suk (ed.), Springer International Publishing, Cham, 33-38.
Ostojic D., Guglielmini S., Moser V., Fauchère J. C., Bucher H. U., Bassler D., Wolf M., Kleiser S., Scholkmann F., Karen T. (2020), Reducing False Alarm Rates in Neonatal Intensive Care: A New Machine Learning Approach, in LaManna Joseph C, Lee Sang-Suk, Ryu Pan Dong, Harrison David K (ed.), Springer International Publishing, Cham, 285-290.
Di Costanzo-Mata A., Jiang J., Lindner S., Ahnen L., Zhang C., Sánchez-Majos S., Wolf M., Charbon E., Kalyanov A. (2020), Time-Resolved NIROT ‘Pioneer’ System for Imaging Oxygenation of the Preterm Brain: Preliminary Result, in Harrison David K, Lee Sang-Suk, Ryu Pan Dong, LaManna Joseph C (ed.), Springer International Publishing, Cham, 347-354.
Jiang Jingjing, Ren Wuwei, Isler Helene, Kalyanov Alexander, Lindner Scott, Aldo Di Costanzo Mata, Rudin Markus, Wolf Martin (2020), Validation and Comparison of Monte Carlo and Finite Element Method in Forward Modeling for Near Infrared Optical Tomography, in Lee Sang-Su, Harrison David K, Ryu Pan Dong, LaManna Joseph C. (ed.), Springer International Publishing, Cham, 307-313.
Isler Helene, Schenk Daniel, Bernhard Jérôme, Kleiser Stefan, Scholkmann Felix, Ostojic Daniel, Kalyanov Alexander, Ahnen Linda, Wolf Martin, Karen Tanja (2019), Absorption spectra of early stool from preterm infants need to be considered in abdominal NIRS oximetry, in Biomedical Optics Express
, 10(6), 2784-2784.
Tomm Natasha, Ahnen Linda, Isler Helene, Kleiser Stefan, Karen Tanja, Ostojic Daniel, Wolf Martin, Scholkmann Felix (2018), Characterization of the optical properties of color pastes for the design of optical phantoms mimicking biological tissue, in Journal of Biophotonics
, 12(4), e201800300-e201800300.
Kleiser S., Ostojic D., Andresen B., Nasseri N., Isler H., Scholkmann F., Karen T., Greisen G., Wolf M. (2018), Comparison of tissue oximeters on a liquid phantom with adjustable optical properties: an extension, in Biomedical Optics Express
, 9(1), 86-86.
Ostojic Daniel, Kleiser Stefan, Nasseri Nassim, Isler Helene, Andresen Bjørn, Wabnitz Heidrun, Karen Tanja, Scholkmann Felix, Wolf Martin (2018), In Vitro Comparisons of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Oximeters: Impact of Slow Changes in Scattering of Liquid Phantoms, in Thews Oliver, Harrison David K., Lamanna Joseph C. (ed.), Springer International Publishing, Cham, 375-379.
Isler Helene, Kleiser Stefan, Ostojic Daniel, Scholkmann Felix, Karen Tanja, Wolf Martin (2018), Liquid Blood Phantoms to Validate NIRS Oximeters: Yeast Versus Nitrogen for Deoxygenation, in Harrison David K., Lamanna Joseph C., Thews Oliver (ed.), Springer International Publishing, Cham, 381-385.
Scholkmann Felix, Herrera Graciela Velasco, Karen Tanja, Isler Helene, Ostojic Daniel, Herrera Victor Manuel Velasco, Wolf Ursula, Wolf Martin (2018), Synchronized Oscillations of Arterial Oxygen Saturation, Cerebral Tissue Oxygenation and Heart Rate in Preterm Neonates: Investigation of Long-Term Measurements with Multiple Einstein’s Cross Wavelet, in Lamanna Joseph C., Thews Oliver, Harrison David K. (ed.), Springer International Publishing, Cham, 157-161.
Kleiser Stefan, Ostojic Daniel, Nasseri Nassim (2018), In vivo precision assessment of a near-infrared spectroscopy-based tissue oximeter (OxyPrem v1.3) in neonates considering systemic hemodynamic fluctuations, in Journal of Biomedical Optics
, 23(06), 1-1.
Raghavachari Ramesh, Liang Rongguang, Pfefer T. Joshua (ed.) (2018), Hemoglobin spectra affect measurement of tissue oxygen saturation
, SPIE, Bellingham, Washington 10486.
Ahnen Linda, Stachel Helene, Kleiser Stefan, Hagmann Cornelia, Jiang Jingjing, Kalyanov Alexander, Lindner Scott, Wolf Martin, Sanchez Salvador (2017), Development and Validation of a Sensor Prototype for Near-Infrared Imaging of the Newborn Brain, in Harrison David K., Epel Boris, LaManna Joseph C, Halpern Howard (ed.), Springer International Publishing, Cham, 163-168.
TThe main aim of this project is to shed new light on the neurobiological correlates of inter-personal interactions, i.e. the brain-to-brain coupling, using a novel methodological approach: functional near-infrared imaging (fNIRI) hyperscanning. fNIRI is an optical neuroimaging method that is able to non-invasively measure changes in cerebral oxygenation and haemodynamics in humans while having the advantages of being easily applicable in “real world” situations and enabling the measurement of physiological signals that cannot be derived by the classical neuroimaging methods such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) or electroencephalography (EEG).Our aims are to advance fNIRI hyperscanning by (i) developing an fNIRI device specifically for hyperscanning, (ii) assessing task-evoked brain-to-brain coupling for a button press and neurodidactic tasks, (iii) determining the importance of different communication channels. We will achieve these aims by a novel setup, which enables multimodal fNIRI hyperscanning.The results obtained by the proposed research study will have a significant impact on fNIRI hyperscanning methodology and will lead to important insights into the neurobiology of interaction between subjects. Our studies will pave the way for a whole new scope of clinical applications.