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A Method for Deep Brain Stimulation Targeting Based on Brain Connectivity

UCLA researchers have developed a novel method to place electrodes for deep brain stimulation. The method is significantly more precise than current methods, thereby increasing treatment efficacy and potentially eliminating repeat surgeries.

SHARPR-MPRA (Systematic High-Resolution Activation And Repression Profiling With Reporter-Tiling Massively Parallel Reporter Assay)

UCLA researchers in the Department of Biological Chemistry have developed a method to screen hundreds to thousands of genes to identify their regulatory functions.

Deep Learning Microscopy

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a novel microscopy analysis that improves resolution, field-of-view and depth-of-field in optical microscopy images.

Computational Sensing Using Low-Cost and Mobile Plasmonic Readers Designed by Machine Learning

UCLA researchers have developed a novel method for computational sensing using low-cost and mobile plasmonic readers designed by machine learning.

Computational Out-Of-Focus Imaging Increases The Space-Bandwidth Product In Lens-Based Coherent Microscopy

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a wide-field and high-resolution coherent imaging method that uses a stack of out-of-focus images to provide much better utilization of the space-bandwidth product (SBP) of an objective-lens.

Nell-1 Regulates Neurogenesis And Nervous System Function

UCLA researchers in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Geffen School of Medicine and researchers at the School of Dentistry have identified neural EGFL Like 1 (Nell-1) protein as an essential molecule involved in neurogenic development and nervous system functional regulation.

Sparsity-Based Multi-Height Phase Recovery In Holographic Microscopy

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a sparsity-based phase reconstruction technique implemented in wavelet domain to achieve more than 3-fold reduction in the number of holographic measurements for coherent imaging of densely connected samples with minimal impact on the reconstructed image quality.

Artificial Hair Transplantation

UCLA researchers in the Department of Head and Neck Surgery have developed a novel bio-inert scaffold with artificial hairs to be inserted in the scalp to artificially restore hair.