Mike Datko Wins Brain Art Competition at OHBM 2019!

June 25, 2019

At the International Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping in Rome, Mike Datko won an award for the real time performance category of the Brain Art competition with his "Funktional MRI" created from real scanner noises mapped onto a drum set. Check out a video of his performance as well as many other captivating Brain Art submissions here

Additionally, here's an awesome edition...

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Jeungchan wins a SPARK award!

May 30, 2019

Jeungchan was awarded a Spark Award at the 2019 Martinos Center Open House for his exemplary committment to the core values of the center. The director, Bruce Rose, read out the nomination text at the awarding that will ring true for anyone who has met or worked with Jeungchan in any capacity. 

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Jeungchan's Machine Learning Paper Chosen for the Cover of PAIN!

March 22, 2019

We are delighted to report that images from a recent paper from our group, Machine learning-based prediction of clinical pain using multimodal neuroimaging and autonomic metrics (Lee et. al., 2109), is featured on the front cover of the March edition of PAIN! This research explored novel analyses and techniques for assessing pain states in chronic low back pain patients by applying machine learning classification algorithms to brain imaging and physiological data. Read more and access the full article...

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mARTinos Art Gallery Night

January 22, 2019


On December 13th, the first ever mARTinos gallery event brought together researchers and staff from all across the Martinos Center to share and perform imaging related Art installations. Our own Michael Datko, a talented musician of many instruments, crafted a unique performance on the drums using sounds sampled...

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CiPNI Holiday Party ft. Lab Musicians!

January 14, 2019

This past weekend, members of the Napadow Lab joined those of the Loggia lab in full CiPNI force for a post-holidays Holiday Party! Delicious homemade food was consumed admist good conversation and raucous laughter. The evening was capped off with a stellar performance by our own M^3: Michael Berry slaying guitar, Michael Datko laying down the beat on the drums, and Marco Loggia on the iviories. 


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Welcome Alessandra and Michael!

December 27, 2018

The Napadow Lab welcomed two new post docs this past fall! Alessandra Anzolin comes to us from Sapienza University of Rome where she obtained her PhD in Bioengineering, focusing on EEG signals to study how stroke and neurofeedback treatment impact cognitive functions. During the summer of 2018, Alessandra also worked as a research fellow at a Neuroelectrical Imaging and BCI lab within Fondazione Santa Lucio Hospital (Rome, Italy). In the Napadow Lab, she brings her expertise to the EEG/fNIRS Hyperscanning project to explore the neural correlates of the Patient-Clinician relationship...

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Aaron Kuyci visits CiPNI!

March 29, 2018

Martinos alumnus Aaron Kuyci from the Parvizi Lab at Stanford visited CiPNI on Wednesday to give an insightful talk on the correspondance between BOLD fMRI and intracranial ECog recordings. His work is highly informative and brings neuroscience closer to understand the actual neural correlates that produce the BOLD data recorded in functional MR imaging! Thanks for the presentation! 

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Vitaly presenting recent Napadow Lab findings from acupuncture and neuroimaging research!

February 9, 2018

Vitaly presented as the keynote speaker at the 2017 Association for Professional Acupuncture (APA) Annual Meeting. In this talk, Vitaly discusses in depth the research projects involving topics such as electroacupuncture, carpal tunnel syndrome, therapeutic aliance (impact of the relationship between a patient and clinician), and hyperscanning. Given the nature of the audience, this talk is great for anyone interested in this research, but may be lacking a strong background in imaging modalities...

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