Magnetoencephalography | Overview
A nearly $4 million project, funded by National Science Foundation, to design and build the first MEG system specifically for infants and young children. This system will have the technical capabilities needed for monitoring neural activity in young patients. (Current commercial devices are only available in adult sizes.) Dr. Grant and the center's MEG Program director, Yoshio Okada, PhD, are working on this with the Neurology Department, the Radiology Department, and Matti S. Hamalainen, PhD, from the Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biological Imaging.
Papadelis, C: From BabySQUID to BabyMEG: Innovative Neuroimaging Techniques for Studying Human Brain Development