#ExpertAnswers: Pierre Pouget and Serge Picaud on Functional Ultrasound Imaging
Dr. Pierre Pouget from the Brain and Spine Institute, and Dr. Serge Picaud from the INSERM Vision Institute France, answer questions from a recent webinar providing an overview of functional ultrasound imaging and how it can be used to study the brain in behaving non-human primates.
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