Vielight Research & Collaboration

  • Significant Improvement in Cognition in Mild to Moderately Severe Dementia Cases Treated with Transcranial Plus Intranasal Photobiomodulation: Case Series Report

Co-authoring institutes – Harvard Medical School, Boston University School of Medicine

[ Abstract Link (US National Library of Medicine) | Full Publication (Scientific Journal of Photomedicine and Laser Surgery) | Download Transcript ]

Disclaimer: The research links below are independent information sources about photobiomodulation. No representation is made regarding Vielight devices or their capabilities.

Brain Photobiomodulation

  • Red and NIR light dosimetry in the human deep brain

Institute of Chemical Sciences and Engineering, Switzerland : [ Link 1 | Link 2 ]

  • Transcranial Red and Near Infrared Light Transmission in a Cadaveric Model

State University of New York Downstate Medical Center : [ Link ]

  • Molecular Targets for Photobiomodulation

Stanford University School of Medicine : [ Link ]

  • Quantitative analysis of transcranial and intraparenchymal light penetration in human cadaver brain tissue

Oregon Health and Science University : [ Link 1 | Link 2 ]

  • Augmentation of cognitive brain functions with transcranial lasers

Department of Psychology and Institute for Neuroscience, University of Texas : [ Link ]

  • Neurological and psychological applications of transcranial lasers and LEDs

Department of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics, University of Texas : [ Link ]

  • Review of brain photobiomodulation : targeting brain metabolism, inflammation, oxidative stress, and neurogenesis

Massachusetts General Hospital : [ Link ]

  • Photobiomodulation – mitochondrial ROS generation and calcium increase in neuronal synapses.

Lin-Kou Medical Center, Taiwan : [ Link ]

  • Infrared neural stimulation and functional recruitment of the peripheral Nerve

Department of Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University : [ Link ]

  • Photobiomodulation directly benefits primary neurons functionally inactivated by toxins

Dept. of Cell Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy, Medical College of Wisconsin : [ Link ]

  • A novel method of applying NIR light intracranially, impact on dopaminergic cell survival

University of Sydney, CEA-Leti : [ Link ]

Low Level Blood Irradiation

  • How Photons Modulate Wound Healing via the Immune System

King’s College London (KCL), University of London : [ Link ]

  • Light-harvesting chlorophyll pigments enable mammalian mitochondria to capture photonic energy and produce ATP

Columbia University Medical Center, New York : [ Link ]

  • Blood Laser Irradiation : current state and future perspectives

ABER Institute, Helsinki, Finland : [ Link ]

  • Intravenous Laser Blood Irradiation

MH Weber : [ Link ]

  • Applications of Intranasal Low Intensity Laser Therapy In Sports Medicine

Journal of Innovative Optical Health Sciences, World Scientific : [ Link ]

  • Formation of gigantic mitochondria in human blood lymphocytes under the effect of a low level laser source

Institute on Laser and Informatic Technologies of Russian Acad. : [ Link ]

  • Irradiation with He-Ne laser increases ATP level in cells cultivated in vitro

National Cancer Research Centre of the Academy of Medicine and Science : [ Link ]

Photobiomodulation Mechanisms

  • Mitochondrial Mechanisms of Photobiomodulation – Multiple Roles of ATP : [ Link ]
  • Mechanisms of Low Level Light Therapy : [ Link ]
  • Basic Photomedicine : [ Link ]
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Low Level Light Therapy : [ Link ]

Photobiomodulation research