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yESMInar - Focus on young Imaging Science | edition #5 on "Neuroimaging"
Talk Title: Encoding of Thermal Sensations in Mouse Brain
Speaker: Haritha Koorliyil, Paris
Discussion Lead: Mikhail Shapiro, Pasadena
This yESMInar is organized by the French youngESMI Group©
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Haritha Koorliyil
Haritha is a final year doctoral candidate at the ESPCI Paris-PSL University. Prior to this, she finished her MS in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Texas Dallas and went on to become a part of the neurodegenerative diseases research at Mayo Clinic. She is currently working at the Physics for Medicine Laboratory under the guidance of Mickael Tanter and Sophie Pezet. Her research mainly revolves around Functional Ultrasound Imaging of awake and freely moving mice to understand how thermal sensations are encoded in health and disease.
Mikhail Shapiro
Mikhail is a Professor of Chemical Engineering, an Investigator of the Heritage Medical Research Institute, and director of the Center for Molecular and Cellular Medicine at the California Institute of Technology. The Shapiro laboratory develops biomolecular technologies allowing cells to be imaged and controlled inside the body using ultrasound to enable the study of biological function and the development of cell-based diagnostic and therapeutic agents. More information about Mikhail and the Shapiro Lab can be found online at shapirolab.caltech.edu.