Bauer Delivers Optical Neuroimaging Lecture at Research Symposium

Assistant Professor of Radiology Adam Bauer, PhD, gives a lecture at the annual Research Symposium while standing at a podium with a screen behind him.

Adam Q. Bauer, PhD, assistant professor of radiology and a principal investigator in the Biophotonics Research Center, was one of five investigators to share their ongoing basic and clinical research at the annual Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology Research Symposium. He discussed how his lab approached using optical neuroimaging to study brain functions in mice.

Bauer’s presentation highlighted the two major research themes in his lab, the Functional Neuroimaging and Biophotonics Lab: mapping functional brain organization in the setting of neurological disease and examining cell-specific contributions to neurovascular coupling.