Due to the ability of simultaneous imaging of oxy- and deoxy- hemoglobin as well as molecular probes, photoacoustic imaging is of a great interest in neuroscience. We developed both photoacoustic tomography and photoacoustic microscopy systems to study the rodent brain. From resting-state functional connectivity to study behavioral processes, such as fear learning or addiction. Neuroscience has been proven to be one of the most suitable areas for photoacoustic imaging.




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