EGI launches feasibility study of GTEN 100 Neuromodulation in Epilepsy. EGI will commence the first clinical studies of its GTEN 100 transcranial electrical neuromodulation system in early 2015. More.

EGI awarded $1.7 million to develop pediatric head models. EGI announces the $1.7 million extension of a Phase II SBIR grant from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to support the further development of pediatric head models. More.

EGI announces the 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 include support of 32 auxiliary sensor channels plus pulse oximetry (SpO2), support for a new photic stimulator and USB PTZ camera, and data transfer to network attached storage. More.

Workshops, Schools and Symposia

EGI Sponsored BESA Workshop
  • Nov. 13-14, Washington, DC. This two-day, hands on workshop is taught by BESA experts. More.
AES EGI Workshop on Dense Array EEG
  • 5 December 2014, Seattle, Washington, USA. This educational workshop demonstrates the use of dense array EEG in a clinical setting. More.


Research Conferences Clinical Conferences

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.
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