Welcome to the Biomedical Functional Imaging and Neuroengineering Laboratory!
The mission of the Biomedical Functional Imaging and Neuroengineering Laboratory is to advance the state of art of functional biomedical imaging and neuroengineering through engineering innovation which will contribute to basic biomedical research and clinical applications. Research in the lab includes functional biomedical imaging (functional neuroimaging, functional cardiac imaging, and cancer imaging), and neuroengineering (neural interfacing, neural modulation, neural sensing, and neural control). A particular strength of the laboratory is its combined mission of developing advanced engineering technologies for biomedical applications and investigating biomedical systems using the techniques developed in our laboratory. With the state-of-art imaging, modulation, and interfacing systems, the lab is capable of conducting experiments to map electrical activities originating from the brain, heart, muscle, and other organ systems, to characterize and image tissue properties, and to interface human subjects with computers for neurorobotics applications. Click here for more details.
- Shahriar received the Doctoral Presidential Fellowship of Carnegie Mellon University.
- Dr. He elected as Chair of the International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering for 2018-2021.
- Dr. He elected a Fellow of the Biomedical Engineering Society.
- Dr. He received the IEEE BME Award and delivered the plenary keynote Award Lecture at the 2017 Annual International Conference of IEEE EMBS.
- Yicun won Magna Cum Laude at ISMRM 2017 in Honolulu.
- Jiaen received 2017 Best Dissertation Award in Biomedical Engineering.
- Lab succeeds in mind control of a robotic arm. Featured by Wall Street Journal, Star Tribune, Fox News, etc.
- Lab alumnus Dr. Lei Ding appointed Director of Institute for Biomedical Engineering, Science, and Technology.
- Dr. He elected Chair-Elect of International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering.
- Lab succeeds in mind control of a flying robot using noninvasive brainwaves. Work featured by Nature, New York Times, BBC, CNN, NBC, CBS, Scientific American, US News, among others. Watch the video.