Anna Devor has been appointed as new editor-in-chief of Neurophotonics, effective January 1, 2021. She succeeds the journal's founding editor-in-chief, David A. Boas, who has served in the role since 2014. Neurophotonics is one of 12 journals published by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, in the SPIE Digital Library.
A frequent presenter at SPIE conferences, Devor has served as a Neurophotonics editorial-board member since its launch.
Neurophotonics is an open-access journal covering advances in optical technology applicable to the study of the brain as well as their impact on basic and clinical neuroscience applications.
Devor joined Boston University (BU) in the fall of 2019. Prior to coming to BU, she directed the Neurovascular Imaging Laboratory at University of California, San Diego. She is a world leader in the field of neuroimaging, neurovascular coupling, and regulation of cerebral blood flow, and has a broad background in cellular and systems-level neuroscience and microscopy. An AIMBE Fellow and recipient of three BRAIN Initiative awards and multiple teaching awards, Devor is a sought-after speaker, teacher, and participant of summer schools and short courses in neuroimaging. She is also an avid promoter and supporter of fellow women scientists.
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