A joint interdisciplinary laboratory between Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering and Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine at HKU
Laboratory of Biomedical Imaging and Signal Processing (BISP Lab) at the University of Hong Kong aims to develop and advance in vivo magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for biomedical applications. BISP Lab studies the anatomical structures, physiology, and functions in animal models of human diseases with MRI.Learn more
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Image reconstruction is a significant player in the clinical deployment of MRI. Advanicing techniques in reducing scan time and artefacts while improving signal-to-noise ratio is of our interest.
Resting-state functional MRI (rsfMRI) is a paradigm to evaluate regional brain circuit connectivity when an explicit task is not performed. Changes in rsfMRI may be involved in different cognitive functions. We are interested in the neural basis of rsfMRI and how do the networks in the brain give rise to different rsfMRI.
Optogentics is an emerging neuro-modulation technique to locally stimulate neural activity via the use of narrow-band opsins and light. This allows us to investigate interactions between two, and possibly distant brain regions.