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MEG Core Facility: Magnetoencephalography Imaging Resource, IRp,NIMH/NINDS

Thursday, October 27, 2011 — Core Poster Session

10:00 a.m. – Noon

South Lobby of Building 10




  • T Holroyd
  • S Robinson
  • F Carver
  • J Mitchell-Francis
  • R Coppola


The MEG Core Facility is a resource serving the intramural research programs of the NIMH and NINDS for IRP investigators to perform functional neuroimaging studies to further the understanding of healthy and diseased brain function and physiology. The facility provides a complete environment for stimulus presentation, monitoring and recording subject behavior and physiology while recording magnetoencephalographic data. The core operates a CTF OMEGA whole head MEG system (275 MEG and 64 EEG channels) from VSM MedTech. Services include providing for temporary data storage, data transfer, instruction on running the instruments, as well as aid with signal processing and analysis.

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