Biomedical Imaging And Biophotonics

  • Vanderbilt University

    Headband device developed for home use with young ADHD patients

    A Vanderbilt biomedical engineering professor has developed a prototype headband to measure brain activity that could have widespread application in studying and ultimately treating ADHD and other neurological disorders. The device is lightweight, portable, and inexpensive to construct. Prototype components cost less than $250, compared to costs exceeding $10,000 for… Read More

    Oct. 21, 2021

  • New technique corrects for MRI image distortions

    New technique corrects for MRI image distortions

    A Vanderbilt biomedical engineering professor has developed a prototype headband to measure brain activity that could have widespread application in studying and ultimately treating ADHD and other neurological disorders. The device is lightweight, portable, and inexpensive to construct. Prototype components cost less than $250, compared to costs exceeding $10,000 for… Read More

    Oct. 18, 2021

  • Tao receives support of selective SPIE gift

    Tao receives support of selective SPIE gift

    A Vanderbilt biomedical engineering professor has developed a prototype headband to measure brain activity that could have widespread application in studying and ultimately treating ADHD and other neurological disorders. The device is lightweight, portable, and inexpensive to construct. Prototype components cost less than $250, compared to costs exceeding $10,000 for… Read More

    Oct. 18, 2021

  • Vanderbilt University

    Breakthrough in flat optics could transform biomedical imaging and computer vision

    A Vanderbilt biomedical engineering professor has developed a prototype headband to measure brain activity that could have widespread application in studying and ultimately treating ADHD and other neurological disorders. The device is lightweight, portable, and inexpensive to construct. Prototype components cost less than $250, compared to costs exceeding $10,000 for… Read More

    Oct. 1, 2020

  • Imaging team aims small, with a quiet, more portable MRI system

    Imaging team aims small, with a quiet, more portable MRI system

    A Vanderbilt biomedical engineering professor has developed a prototype headband to measure brain activity that could have widespread application in studying and ultimately treating ADHD and other neurological disorders. The device is lightweight, portable, and inexpensive to construct. Prototype components cost less than $250, compared to costs exceeding $10,000 for… Read More

    Oct. 1, 2020