INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON BIO-IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES - 2017 (ISBIT-2017)
Role of Molecular Imaging in Translational Research
Basic and Clinical Research
Iris Detection Technique
Medical Image Processing
Senior Scientist,Department of Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering, Aalto Neuroimaging
I-wing, Aalto University,Finland.
Dr. Jousmäki Veikko’s field of interest is MEG-compatible monitoring devices and stimulators. He has introduced the ideas using, multifilament optic fibers in MEG for stimulation and triggering purposes, non- magnetic accelerometer in MEG for monitoring hand movements and correlated brain activity and pneumatic artificial muscles for computer-controlled passive movements of fingers and toes. At present, he is involved in several research projects in progress at NatMEG including introduction of new MEG-compatible stimulators, such as computer-controlled pneumatic robot for stimulating tactile C fibers and eliciting rubber hand illusions.
Dr. Parasuraman Padmanabhan
Head of Operations & Deputy Director,
Centre for Neuroimaging Research at NTU
Translational Neuroscience, Singapore
Dr. Parasuraman Padmanabhan has vast experience in establishing different in vivo imaging modalities (Optical, MRI, PET, SPECT and CT) for monitoring different cellular events in mice, rats and Non-Human Primates. He mainly focuses on developing new imaging assays for studying different cellular signal transduction networks in living animals. He has more than twenty seven years of research and teaching experience gained from several leading universities, such as Cornell and Stanford University, and also from one of the premier A*STAR R&D Research Institute SBIC and currently he is Head of Operation in Centre for Neuroimaging Research at NTU (CeNReN).