We created a short movie demonstrating how to use the lab equipment to collect data from a MEG visual experiment.
January 11, 2012
Dimitrios Pantazis, Research Scientist at the MEG Lab at MIT, gives a lecture on MEG technology. This lecture, part of the 2012 Independent Activities Period course "A Look Inside the Human Brain," introduces MEG to a non-technical audience.
March 21, 2011
In this 2-part lecture, Ronald Gordon of Elekta introduces MEG imaging to the MIT community. The first hour provides an overview of MEG, including: historical development, basic MEG physics, noise cancellation, basic source modeling, and experimental and clinical applications. After a break, the second hour concentrates on operational details of the Elekta Triux MEG System and is targeted to individuals who may be interested in using the imaging facility.
April 27, 2012
Our 2012 McGovern MEG Symposium featured talks from the inventor of MEG technology, David Cohen, as well as 8 prominent MEG investigators: Riitta Hari, Pascal Fries, Patricia Kuhl, David Poeppel, Apostolos Georgopoulos, Richard Coppola, Sylvain Baillet, and Eric Halgren. Videos of the talks are available in the symposium website.
April 13, 2011
Dimitrios Pantazis, Research Scientist at the MEG Lab at MIT gives a talk entitled, "Novel Interaction Measures for Statistical Funcational Connectivity Using MEG." The talk introduces several novel methods to identify cortical networks in MEG distributed images.
October 24, 2011
In this lecture, Lauri Parkkonen of Elekta presents a range of studies that illustrate the current possibilities of MEG. He also discusses the nature of MEG responses and how that relates to optimal experimental design. In addition, he elucidates some future prospects of MEG, both in methodological development and addressable neuroscience questions.
This animation, courtesy of Elekta Neuromag, illustrates MEG imaging technology.