Frontiers in Neurophotonics Highlights 2021: Virtual program
The Frontiers in Neurophotonics Highlights program took place in November 2021. Following the highly successful ‘Frontiers in Neurophotonics Symposium’ series jointly organized by Université de Bordeaux and Université Laval since 2008, the ‘Frontiers in Neurophotonics Highlights 2021’ emerged as virtual solution to the COVID-19 pandemic and the decision of the organizing committee to postpone the next ‘in-person’ symposium to the Fall of 2022 in Quebec City.
Registration was free but compulsory.
Congratulations to video contest winners Antoine Légaré, Pankaj Gupta, Aaron Mok and members of Daniel Côté’s laboratory! Read more and view the winning videos here
Congratulations to the 4 winners of the Frontiers in Neurophotonics Highlights video contest!
- Antoine Légaré (Paul De Koninck’s lab, Université Laval): Analyzing zebrafish tail movement using a high speed camera – View video (YouTube)
- Pankaj Gupta (Tim Murphy’s lab, UBC): Can we aid in stroke recovery? – View video (YouTube)
- Daniel Côté’s lab, Université Laval; teamwork, represented today by several members of his lab): Coherent Raman Microscopy –
View video (YouTube)
- Aaron Mok (Chris Xu’s lab, Cornell University): Better penetration at longer wavelength – View video (YouTube)
Awards: Thanks to our sponsors Bliq Photonics, Nikon Canada, Zeiss Canada, la Fondation CERVO, and the Neurophotonics Centre, the four best videos will be awarded $750 CAD and the video will be promoted on the frontiersneurophotonics.org website