Welcome to the Neural Interface Engineering Laboratory, directed by Prof. Shy Shoham.
We are affiliated with New York University’s Tech4Health Institute, Neuroscience Institute and Department of Ophthalmology.
We work at the interface of neuroscience and engineering, developing and applying modern bidirectional neural interfaces for observing and controlling neural population activity patterns. Our goal is to better understand sensory-motor information coding and to advance medical neurotechnology.
Multimodal Noninvasive Functional Neurophotonic Imaging of Murine Brain-Wide Sensory Responses, Advanced Science, (2022).
Neurophotonic tools for microscopic measurements and manipulation: status report, Neurophotonics, (2022).
High-resolution fluorescence-guided transcranial ultrasound mapping in the live mouse brain, Science Advances, (2021).
New book: Handbook of Neurophotonics, (2020).
Precise holographic manipulation of olfactory circuits reveals coding features determining perceptual detection, Neuron, (2020).
Manipulating synthetic optogenetic odors reveals the coding logic of olfactory perception. Science, (2020).
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