News

EGI awarded $1.75m grant to develop high-field MRI compatible EEG "Ink Net." EGI announces the award of a $1.75 million SBIR grant from the US National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke/National Institutes of Health to support the development of a revolutionary technology to perform dense array EEG within high-field MRI environments. More.

EGI announces the upcoming release of Net Station 5.1 software. This software iteration is the first major update for EGI’s new Net Station 5 software suite for EEG acquisition, review, and analysis. New features will include full support of 32 auxiliary sensor channels plus pulse oximetry (SpO2) measurements through the Physio16 input box, plus full support for a new photic stimulator. More.

Distribution Agreement with Soterix Medical.
EGI has entered into a one-year, renewable agreement to distribute Soterix Medical Inc’s products for transcranial stimulation and transcutaneous spinal stimulation. The addition of the Soterix Medical technologies to the product portfolio will complement EGI’s GTEN technology, offering customers both Soterix Medical’s established tDCS and EGI’s experimental dense array neuromodulation product. More.

On the Horizon

"Advances in Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation". Scientists use EGI's dense array technology to explore more precise methods for brain modulation. More.

Workshops, Schools and Symposia

EGI Summer School
  • July 28–Aug 1, Core dEEG Skills
  • Aug 4–6, Foundations of Advanced dEEG Analysis
Details. Register.

Near Infrared Spectroscopy Workshop, Aug 7. Using the Hitachi ETG-4000 Optical Topography System and POTATo software. Details. Register.

Conferences

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